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-.vDAY, MAY 17, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
j j City council BM.
. fritj ball. 1:30 P- ,
u Saiem Business
League meeting, Com-
"Ul dub. o clock.
s -Concert by U. of
OSrtet" and 0. A. C. band.
J. primary elections.
JT-Baby clinic, Com-
reiil club, 2 p. m.
Bcert. Grand theater.. .
"jj.-Addresa by T
Taft. at the armory.
Say rortland Drama
gue "presentation,- opera
Mary Pickford in The Hoodlum, at
the Bligh Wed. Thurs. ng
f Mrs. Emma Carr and eon Fred, an! '
nr. ana Mrs. Howard of Portland,
spent the week end as the guests of
Mrs. Susan Burkholder, proprietor of
the Salem Rooming house on orth
Commercial street and the Cottage
u:i i xne root of Court street.
EIGDON FOR CORONER
Vote !br Lloyd T. Rigdon, repub
lican candidate, for county coroner.
End the monopoly existing for H
years. (Paid adv.) jjl
Dr. M C. Rowbnrt rij e
iday from a two days professional vis
it in ieoanon.
E. P. South'tnd H. C. Pugh of this
city were Albany visitors Saturday.
W A. Weist, formerly of Salem,
and a one time memif r of the city
The girls friendly society of the
mutt uibii scnoui win sponsor a dance uncu nere, waa visiting friends
at the armory Tuesday evening honor-; while transacting business in Salem
ing the O. A. C. band and U. of O. Monday. Mr. Weist is now
quartet, which will be here that eve-; the legal profession at Klamath Falls,
skjBing in the interests of the two mill- an declares that he's making it all
; age tax measures. Patronesses for the r'sht down there.
dance will be Mrs. U. G. Shipley, Mrs. I
.L. S.'Geer, Mrs. Ben W. Olcott, Mrs.' C B. Clancy, King Bine of the
V E. Kuhn, Mrs Ralph White. Mm Cherrians. left Salem aah.rv
More State Bonds
tion for which was reecived here Mon
day rooming from the interstate com
mere commission. The commission
was not in a position to state Just what !
mew course would be Monday morn-, Another Jl, 500.000 issue of Bean
ing racept to say that they would have J Barrett bonds will be offered for sale
by the state board of control on June
and are now being signed by Govern
Olcott and state Treasurer Ho(f f
TV) f? Sfllfj In IlJTtP paratory to their d-Hverv to t'ie J
adequate representation at both the
Chicago conferences previous to thej
hearing on the rate cases and at the
15, according to R.
Roy A. Fisk was awarded the con
tract for decorating the streets of Jv
em for the Elk state convention to be
held here July 22,' 23, 24, at a special
meeting of lodge S3 Friday evening.
The sum agreed upon was $800,
The buildings to be decorated are
B. tioodin, secre
TMs issue is the
Both Chairman Buchtei and Commit ; lancf ' th !-'5t,6 00 requesLd Dv
sioner WUliams deplored the short no
tice of the rate hearings given, by the
tthe tate highway commission in reso
lutions presented to the board several
interstate commission which precludes j wk ag0' 8n ,0' whh 1-00.";e
,k .iKiii. , ., !... Jtt,M worth was sold last week at SS.0S).
bernion s Trust cvinpany at 1'orii.i" I.
- STl'PEXTS NIGHT
Tl'KSiMT. MAY IS
U. OF O. BAN'lv O. A. C. QUARTET
AT THK ARMORY
G. F. S. BENEFIT DANOB
but stated that they would make the
most of the time available in-combat
the Elks temple, front and Interior; jting the requested Increase of approKi
armory. Interior and exterior and the j mately 24 per cent over present freight
Members of the board are hopeful ot a
strengthening of the bond market be
fore the date of the forthcoming sa.e,
although in view of the urgency of the
I meeting, armory,
H. O. Cornoyer and Mrs. Frank Spears
t '.- .
1 The baseball team of the state train
ee tng school was defeated in a ten in
Vjnlng game Saturday afternoon by the
iNegaunee club of the Leslie Method-
list church. The battery for the Meth
iodists was Leisi, Thompson and
Charles Powell. Mrs. Armin Steine..lfor San Francisco where he will at.
Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. F. J. Rupert. Mrs. j tenl to matters pertaining to the
bnnne convention in June. Mr. Clan
cey will return to Salem in a week or
will be sold at the highest bid regard
less of the condition of the market at
that time. 1
The bonds in the recent 11,000,000
issue were received here this morning
join. W. Hyett
Fannie M. Hyett. Wednesday, May 26
laside as the date for cleanin
Prof. C. I. Lewis, in charge of or
ganization for the Oregon Growers Co
operative association, will leave Sa
lem Monday evening for Rosebur,
Grants Pass and Medford where ne
will spend about a week reviewing the
has been ot work of the association's members.
He will be joined in Grants Pass
interior of the pavilion that is to be (rates in western territory. Comrais-jsituation " ts p"b?"f tha jne
used for boxing at the fair gounds. sioners Buchtei and Williams will go
The streets named in the contract are: to Portland this afternoon to confer
Commercial street from Ferry to Che-i wtih various Interest relative - to the
meketa, two blocks, using 19 units, f course to be pursued in protesting the
Liberty street from Ferry to -the Elks 1 proposed increase,
temple, two and a half hiru. I
12 units. High street, Chemeketa i i
iinterurban station, two and one-half!
blocks, using 10 units. Ferry street
uum .uioerty 10 commercial, one
block, six units. State street frofn
Front to High, three blocks, using 15
U 5 UL OFTOflETRiSr-CPTIC
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S"' . t.-iw t at vs David ' Macleay cemetery by the Ladies Aid Uuestlay by Robert C. Paulus, who
. Hubbard et al. Decree.
....ho o. Klaber et al
. Hubbard et al. Order of default
Gtrude G. Klaber et al vs-David
Hubbard et al. Affidavit. -
C N Matlock, administrator, et al
jnlius Aim et al. Order confirm-
Lewis Johnston vs F. M. Parrish ct ;
,1. petition to appoint guasdjan ad j
J. F. Maunce vs
society of that district. A whole dav leaves Salem Tuesday for the southern
vs David ! 'lll be taken up in the work, and all
those Interested in the project aro re
quested to be on tho scene early with
working matrlals and a lunch bp.3ki;t.
Loss of a valuable Collie dog some
time Saturday night was reported to
police b yL. Galbreath,',reiding at the
state fair grounds; Mr. Galbreath re
cently came to Salem from Astoria,
Jeff Pooler. Com-; bringing the dog with him, and he
jtold police that he is willing to pay
Probate Court ' j a reasonable reward for its return.
patate. Finr.I ac-." "S a uruwn.
W. M. Ballard, colored man who
was taken from a outhbound train
In the matter of the estate of Car
Z contestant, vs Hans Grasdahl et ' Ijere Friday night after trainmen had
Answer and petition to -probate , complained of his disorderly conduat
nl be in solemn form
Carrie Anundson, estate. Petition to
K personal property.
Cjrrie Anundson, estate. Order to
bH personal property.
George Pappas, estate. Order on
tiling final account.
N, B. Milster, estate. Final decree.
Marriage Licenses '
Ray Belden Leach, 22, of Hersch
lerg farmer to Pansy Ellis, 19, of
Hhwton. Irwin W. Lewis, 29, of 532
Korth 17th fctreet. a druggist, to Mur
iel Davis, 28, of 1391 Broadway.
Died 'V' " :
'TICK Mrs. Clara Agnes Vick, 84, Pt
family residence, 1ST24 Madleon
rtreet, Sunday. Funeral at chapel of
Rigdon and Son Wednesday at 2
p. m. Burial City View cemetery. '
Love, jeweler, watchmaker, Salem.
i VERDBN M. MOFFITT
For city marshal). A courteous and
fearless enforcement of the law. (ad)
aboard, was re)eased from a charge of
being intoxicated when he was taken
before Police Judge Race Saturday
Theft of a large quantity of Ice
cream from the back porch of his
residence Saturday night was report
ed to police by A. Edwards, 701 North
Winter street. Police are working on
the theory that boys residing in the
neighborhood stole the delicacy.
part of the state.
units. Court street, from High to
Commercial, two blocks, using 10 units'
This totals 13 blocks, using 63 units.
Each unit will consist of two 5x8, two
4x6 and two 3x5 alternating U. S.
flags, red white and blue piec, pen
nants and elk head banners, with the
exception of the two units in front of
the intemrban station, which, becaus
of the narrow street will consist of
only five pieces to the unit.
Dr. A. C. Kugel. of Buffalo. N. Y ..' The street decorations are to be
Is visiting at the home of his parents, ' hung on the span wires on the streets
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kugel, 795 Wil- that nave car Hues and on ropes or
bur street. Dr. Kugel interested in wires on those that have not. All
western Oregon and may locate in decorations are to be in place on or
Salem. , before July 22.
J It is supposed that the merchants of
Mr. and Mrs. S .Page, and daughter tne citv will have their store fronts
Ruth, of 235 Wilson street, accom- and windows decorated during the con.
panied by the Misses Lois Nye and vention as the event is considered one
Sylvia Thompson spent the week end f the biggest and most important ever
in Portland. held in yie capital city.
f-pSf' nui&j-ufl- "SSS,
I MEET ME AT MILLER !
A cart was demolished, horse se
verely cut and bruised, and an . Jo
mobile driven by A. W. Mize, residing
near Liberty, sustained considerable
damage to the front end, when the
horse and cart, driven by Fred Ward
of Browns Island, and the auto col
lided on Commercial street, between
Mission and Kearney, Saturday night.
Mr. Mize. and the Ward boy escapsd
without injury. The auto, after strik
ing the cart, veered across the street
and collided with- a telegraph pole.
Report of the accident was made at
police headquarters by Officer W. J.
White. . ? i
Miss Elizabeth Putnam, who dur
- ".Mnit ing and since the war has been erigag-
E.O. 'Orcott, arrested for speeding i .
a A 4 XD A n-nasi mnrb at OUT V tVW
..North Capitol street Saturday, was r" 7 nn v umA.
.l.- hnla1 tiofnro Police ' w
Vote for Jerome F. Jones,, present
district sealer of weights and meas
ure, candidate for county assessor.
Ho. 82 on primary ballot. Equality of
aessment assured. Your vote will be
ppreclated. (Paid adv.) 118
Taxation is getting everybody's goat
ttese days. You know, Ben West,; as
a 'onsprvative and reasonable asses
sor and square shooter. Why change
irlng these troublous "high cost of
tiring:1 days. , (paid adV) .. H.8
her mother, Mrs. M: M. Putnam.
Dr. W. H. Hand, cattleman from 1
California, is In the city making ar-l
rangementsto stake, a pure bred Jersey j
saie ai tne state fair grounds in the
near future. Dr. Hand made a brief
talk at the Commercial club luncheon
Monday noon and advocated every
man and woman to work a half-hour
hmger than the customary time each
day as a patriotic effort. This, he said
will in a very short time bring back
the normal surplus in the country and
reduce the high cost of living.
Hal D. Patton and George Graves,
who will act as representatives of the
Salem ChertfjanS will Join the-:7ort-land
Ad club excursion to San Fran
cisco when it passes through here
Tuesday morning. The Ad club mem
bers are driving to California, and
Mr. Graves and Mr. Patton will also
drive, going together. They will be
gone from Salem about three weeks.
Truck Caravan to
Enter and Parade
In Salem Tonight
From the slow rickety ox-drawn
wagon' to the clwft sturdy motor true
seems a long way.
Monday morning at 8:30 a, m.
through the main streets of Portland
some thirty of these modern commer
cial vehicles paraded, starting on
At Chemawa .Saturday, the Indians
defeated McMinnville College in an
all-dav track meet, final being 87
points against 21 points. Choats ot,, . ,, Inuram nt transnorta-
Chemawa-, won the 100 yard dash lnijon education and. to bring forcibly to
10 seconds, a noteworthy event. people of 0regon the hnstiHem eco
Spearson's time In the mile Was imv ... ood roadg an(J the wisdom of
voting "302 YES." '
The army, the navy and the marine
minutes, 37 seconds. In the paseDaii
game, Chemawa won out by 10 to 0,
Settles pitching a no-run oue-m. , afe ,nteregtcd in the truck cara
game ana siruc out iv in,..,.,.... ,pn,eented therein. -The
Drained Of Sugar
F(?r y Frisco Wants
San Francisco The prevailing high
high price of sugar In the United
States is attracting sugar- in large
quantities from western Mexico to
San Francisco, according to Victor
Patron, a former Mazatlan merchant
now In business In Ban Francisco, who
reports that several thousand bags
have arrived here recently by steamer
from the states of Suialoa, and Navarit.
This Is the first time in several years
that there has been sugar exported, to
California, Patron said; Sinaloa has
four refineries, two ot them owned by
American Interests, while the Navarit
refinery is controlled by Spanish capi
tal, he said.
Unfavorable weather conditions cut
down an expected yield of 1,000,000
boxes of tomatoe in Sinaloa to quar
ter that amount, according to Patron,
but the tomato crop is still so much
larger than that of last year that con
siderable exportation to the Uniteo
States is expected this year, he said.
Our past work Is
a reference for our
method of conduct
ing business. Wa.
make it a custom to
be courteous an 1
kind to all and give
to every detail sf
our work that which
We are too busy
And Modernizing Our Store To
iscx r m cm.? pirn
B If BILL
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t i S -naarl II V.J k !
r T. B. McCroskey, manager of the
Salem Commercial club, and C. E.
Vilson, his assistant, were ,in Pendle
ton Monday attending the second an
nual convention of the Oregon state
wociation of Commercial club, secre
taries. Mr. Wilson is expected to re
turn to Salem Wednesday morning,
md Mr McCroskey will return Thurs
Want to rent small furnished house
w suite ot rooms. Address box O A
Capital Journal or phone 110. 119
Bptatal matinee Sat. 10:30, children
"der 14, 10 cents. Wm, S. Hart in
"Tho Toll Gate," Bill's best. He says
himself, at the Oregon.: 121
Bobort Seeger, 1120 South Liberty
waa reported Saturday for cut
army has. one of the largest portable
1,:"., 1! ;,.,.!,. ,m. .M.nJpower ra will be flashed along the
and brought out good work from both
Private Archie Feely filed his dis-
charge certificate with County Clerk
U. G. Boyer, Sautrday, He enlisted
July 22, 1917, and was discharged
May 17, '1919. He was overseas many
months seeing active service on the
Champagne-Marnes defense; and the
Aisne-Marne, St. Mehiel and Me use
Maine offensive. r-
In an order signed Saturday by
County Judge Bushey, Delia G. Pat
ton is appointed administratrix of the
Iola B. Goodrich estate, which is val
ued at 13800. THe heirs being Delia G.
t corner with his automobile, ' Patton, Salem; Ora, G. Jory, Glenn G.
n automobile owned Wy SteUsloff Goodrich, Stockton; Cal; Lulu G.
wos. packers and butchers, was re- Savage, Tillamook; Geneva B, Siroer-
"" at police headquarters .. Ior;aif Portland,
past a street oar while it was
eUng and discharging passenger.
"Th Wolf," first time In pictures,
the Bligh today. 118
RIGDOX FOR CORONER '
Jot for Lloyd T. Rigdon, repub-
candidate, for county coroner,
the monopoly existing for 24
'. (Paid adv.) m
Jrfi! conditions showing vast Im
r"enint and not requiring the con
oa patro, 0( tw(J traffIe 0ffioer,
t"Ten Edwards, employed tempo
Ty two weeks ago as. a traffic of
7T to id Traffic Offtew Mof f itt in
Mwdng the trarlc ordlnancei wag
y?"S ot uty Monday. During Mr.
rr4' connection to the police de
"pnent he aided largely in stem
I traffic violations. Traffic Offi
wden M. Moffitt will continue to
6re the traffic ordinance.
' 3" WeIsn (present Incumbent)
my marshal. Efficiency and econ
1 sm vo,e appreciated.
. 1 taxpayer, (paid adv. 121
Captain Leroy Hewlett of Salem
and Chs. W. Robison of ' Portland
will go. to Aurora, Monday night
where they will speak in advocacy of
Hiram Johnson for the presidency.
Tuesday night th,ey will make address
es at Jefferson. -They report much en
thusiasm for the California candidate.
Saturday night Deputy Sheriff
Bert Smith was sent out to Investi
gate a report that some one was prowl
ing about the Highway garage o
east 'State street and acting in a sus
picious manner. The officer reputed
no trace of the jnarauder.
line, announcing In the sky at night
the approach of the heavily laden
modern country to city short haul
train.- ' . v
The, navy will exhibit a perfect mod
elto scale of the typeJ12 foo.t destroy
er, and' the marines will entertain In
their usual "peptomist" tnnnner. .
Mayor Baker of Portland started the
truck caravan off, sending a word
about trucks, good roads and modern
transportation to Mayor Wilson of Sa
lem. The caravan will pass through Ba-
lem In the evening, parading through
the main streets of the city.
part for Eugene Tuesday morning.
Six Highway Jobs
To Be Contracted
Consideration of contracts on high
way work will be limited at the meet
ing of the state highway commission
in Portland, June 1, to six small Jobs
in Clatsop, Gilliam, Jackson, Malheur,
Umatilla and Union countie, accord
ing to noticse sent to contractors Mon
The Umatilla and Union county Jobs
are county contracts the Malheur Job
is a post road Involving federal aid
while the work under consideration In
the "other three counties are small
jobs which have been promised for
some time. "
r. Under a policy announced by the
commission several days ago no fur
ther highway contracts of uny conse
quence will be considered until the
bond market has recovered from its
ALL NEW TODAY
Laugh With Larry
In Eugene Walters big
success oC the great
Ifs a bjg special
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WED. MARY PICKFORD IN "THE HOODLUM"
ITS A RIOT
I $1000 Scholar
Rates Hint Stirs
Tre Oregon public service commis
sion will enter a formal and vigorous
protest against the proposed increuse
in freight rates notice of the applica-
Admlssion that Mexico Is "a trou
blesome neighbor" and a plea th it
Jhe worTd "have a little patience and
It will de-i wait a trifle longer, are contained 11
a statement to the American people
by Salvador Alvarado, provisional
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY BEST, minister of finance for the revolution.
A final decree in the . E. Milster
estate was issued Monday by the coun
ty court; Fannie A. Lrane, execuin
of the estate was ordered reieasea
from farther responsibilities in - the
matter and the administration declar
ed closed and completed.
Big Auction Sale
Three and one-half miles southwest of Salem, on Slough
road, at the Ball farm, on ,
r Thursday, May 20, 1920
Commencing at 10:30 a, m. I am overstocked on Farm Ma
chinery and Horses, and will sell without reserve, all the
Horses and Cattle
5 -year-old, wt.
Dl'STIX FARXCM s
vx ix the orr.x-
' F. E. Callister, administrator of
the George Pappas estate filed final
account Monday. Receipts of $1294.11
disbursements of $248.45 and-a bal
ance Of $1045.56 to be distributed to
heirs, wag shown. County Judge W.
. r r.....L.. .... . June 21. as
J.iu. fiwitw o-v j - -.lot
f..r final hearing.
The final account of Sophronw A. j
Farnham in the estate or jnanr D.,
Firnham was accepted and the estate ,
declared closed by an order wgnea,
Monday by Judge Bushey. . j
! Attorney Gale S. Hill of Albany,,
transacted Iveal bu.'int'iai in Salem fc'i -urday.
1 Bay gelding,
, 130. -I
Black gelding, S-year-old, wt.
1 Brown mare, B-years, weight,
2 Belgian Hares,
Good shepard dog.
1 Light spring wagon and box
1 Heavy wagon and box
240-egg incubator, Petaluma
4 Walking plows
2 Sets of discs . ,
1 Spray tank and truck
-S Sets double work harness
1 Single work harness
1 2-horse Fairbanks-More
1 Potato digger
1 Feed cutter - o
1 Bay mare, age T, weight 1000
1 Bay mare, age 8, weight b09
1 Black cow, 4-gallon milk dally
1 Jersey, age 3, fresh.
1 Jersey, age 4.
1 Black cow, coming fresh
1 Burro, broke to ride or driva
1 Gang plow
2 Wheelbarrows ;
1 Stock saddle
1 Single Buggy
1 Ret platform scales
1 Kitchen Cabinet
' 1 Range
1 Extension table
1 Heating stove
' 4 Garden cultivators
" 1 Hay rack
1 Light wagon
Lot of horse fcollars
Household goods, and many
Other articles. '
Free Lunch at Noon
TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10 and under is cash : over
$10 four months time will be given, buyer givm? bank
able note with approved security, interest at 8 percent
GfO snTEIlT.LT. Ai:."t!rr?er T. HE AMI 11. Owner
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Still? 1 FG6
$200 In Gash Prizes
Given By The Republic Truck Distributors
To The High School Students of Oregon for the best Es
says on the following subjects:
1. How the Motor Truck Benefits the Railroads.
2. The Motor Truck as a Farming Asset. . 1 !
3. The Benefits Derived From Good Rjads. '
4, The Motor Truck In Emergency Transportation.
6.. How the Motor .Truck has Speeded up the Commercial Life of our Nation.
The distribution will be as follows: ,
' $100.00 for first prize. , .: ; , , ,
$50.00 for second prize. ,
$25.00 for third prize. " ':""r - .
- $15.00 for fourth prize '
$10.00 for Fifth Prize ,1 '
Each essay must not exceed one thousand words in length and must deal with only
one of the above subjects, but students are not limited to one essay,
Contest closes at noon, Saturday, May 22nd and the winning essays will be forward
ed to the Republic Motor Truck Company, of Alma, Michigan, to be entered in their
National $1000 Scholarship Offer for the Grand Winner.
Sign your name in full with address and mail to v
ROBERTS MOTOR CAR CO., INC., : ' ,
DISTRIBUTORS OF REPUBLIC TUCKS, -
PARK and EVERETT STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
-Judges will be appointed by Automobile Editors of the Oregonian, Journal and
W H. Hildebrandt & Co.
270 N. COMMERCIAL STREET
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