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Ford Purchased At IHawley Divorce
As Stolen Vehcile,
Suit Appeal Is
j asreemrnt with the senate permittim
1 sii.ii.-s to imWraiixe ib national guard.
!The vote was 209 to 104.
Filed Wednesday, Should Register
inurauHj- morning, f ranK novate of formal appeal from the decree ml so'uiers baring any xorui or
Brooks paid J223 for a Ford car. The
.the Clackamas county circuit court i i
purchase was made from an affable
At the first convention of the Marion ! stranger whose convincing manner car-! Hawley against
County Federation of Women' clubs I ed e deaI' La,er ln the mnrniii.
held in Salem Wednesday, a constitn-1 Mr- Novak became suspicious and
tion vu adopted and officers for the ! Phonel1 tne state license department,
ensuing year elected. Women elected soon fceivinK the Information that the
t to fill the places of honor for the com-
Jng term are:
. Mrs. Etta T. Hall of Woodburn,
president; Mrs. B. H. Looney of Jef
ferson, vice-president; Mrs. G. xi.
ThompMn of Willard, secretary; Mrs.
3Ihoii Bishop of North Salem, ircas
urer; Mrs. F. E. McCalister of Silver
ton, auditor. Directors were elected as
follows: Miss Mattie Beatty of Salem,
Mrs. B. O. Ottoway of Aurora. Mra
F. H. Buchanan of McMinnville, presi
dent of the Yamhill Federation of Wo
Miss Cornelia Marvin presented the
county library system to the women
and it received their hearty endorse
ment Mrs. Zadoc Riggs, president of
the Salem Woman's club, welcomed
the guests, and Miss Ada Miller, fav
orite capital city soloist, pleased the as
sembly with some exceptionally beau
tiful vocal numbers. The millage
measures for Institutions of learning
was unanimously approved. It was
agreed to meet semi-annually, the
time and placegto' be announced later.
Delegates to the convention are:
Jefferson: Mrs. David H. Looney,
Mrs. Charles M. Smith, North Salem;
Mrs. J. F. Hutchason, president of
the North Salem Women's club; Mrs.
K. 1 Purvlne, Mrs. Ida R. Fargo, Mrs.
Mary E. Bishop and Mrs. P. E. Ora-j
fcer. Woodburn; Mrs. F. W. Settle-
meler, Mrs. A. E. Austin, Mrs. H
Overton, Mrs. E. M. Hall and Mrs.
Arietta Lawrence. Salem; Mrs. Jennie
B. Harris, Mrs. Ida H. Kirk, Mis.
Myrta M. Richards, Mrs. Jessie F.
Hamilton and Mrs. J. Z. Riggs. 811-
verton; Mrs. Hugh Latham and Mrs.
JU. Wrlghtman. Aurora; Mrs. Frank
Miller, secretary of the Aurora Wo
men's club; Mrs. John R. Krams.
Mrs. B. O. Ottoway, Mrs. J. W. Sad
ler and Mrs. John W. Miller, Willard:
Mrs. W. J. Haberly of Sllverton; Mrs.
K. L. Cooler of Macleay, Mrs. Iva L.
Henry of Sllverton, Mrs. Alice Thomp
on of Macleay and Mrs. Lorena
Thompson of Macleay.
car was registered under the property
list of the Armour company of Port
land. Immediate efforts were made by Mr.
Novak to stop payment on the check
he had tendered the supposed owner of
the machine, but the stranger was
had cashed the check In this city and j
the divorce suit brought by Marjori-
Willard Han-lev of
Oregon City, was filed with the su
preme court here Wednesday by at
torneys for Mrs. Hawley.
The appeal it accompanied by three
volume of testimony taken durin? the
trial of -the suit in the lower court,
disability incurred while in the serv
ice, which is not sufficiently marked
to entitle them to compensation,
should receive a certificate from the
government, showing that such dis
ability has been Incurred.
After July 1. ex-service men in-
( not tapply for compensation unless
such certifioate has been granted by
1 tA CfM'anrvt am 1 .. .... -.11 . n n
1:'- to send in 0 Washington, the
..v, .iu uiui-u Vl.nfi.mlinn .Ho. l.,i,...1
nrlnt-hlo A ..i " " " " '"J
"e'some way, and mav. later, claim the
chib-!-:!,. . .,"
about 15 minutes ahead of the warning ! kL , i ", . " " ..-."( Cail at the Red Cross office, post
. .... . a atou iuru lur IVUUrU
as numerous depositions.
Bt,ritt w i v..Jk. A x ii I '" io.o iur u urorr anu
Z decree of the court requiring Willard
it altogether unprintable. A
and miscellaneous collection of exhib-l
weI1(offic building, for further informa
scoured the city and sent out appre
hension messages to officers 01 art
nearby towns, but at a late hour
Thursday, the stranger had not been
located. The car is one of number of
machines stolen recently from the
Rose City. ,
The vender of the stolen machine Is
described as follows: dark suit; dark
overcoat with belt; black shoes; car
ried a small suit case of dark tanned,
Case Has New Factor
In the divorce proceedings of Cath
erine Hill against Edward L. Hill, a
aupplemenlal complaint has been fllea
toy Mrs. Hill, who charges that since
filing her divorce suit her husband has
in some way succeeded tn estranging
her daughter, Marvel, 14, from her.
December 31, 1919, Mr. Hill Is ul
leged to have "kidnaped' the girl from
her mother uml to huve placed her ln
religious school In this city, Mrs. Hill
claims that the little girl has been
Midnight Raid On
Turner Store Nets
Haul To Burglars
Two midnight marauders entered
the I. R. Romertson store at Turner,
Oregon, Wednesday night and secured
shoes and various merchandise in suf
ficient quantities to start a smull
The robbery was reported Friday
morning to Sheriff W. I. Needham
After raiding the Robertson store the
thieves attempted to break into the
Moore Brother's store but were rgni
ened uway when the efforts to force
an entrance awoke Frank Moore, wo
was Bleeping In the store. , Mr. Moore's
dog was also in the building nnd gav
the first alarm. The storeman hurried
to the street but only in time to see
the two men driving away in a car.
Each man of the pair Is described as
being heavy set.
Among the goods stolen from the
Robertson store were 10 pair Nichoff
high shoes; 15 pair Nichoff low shoes;
one dozen pearl handled knives; one
dozen fountain pens; 10 watches; 61
pair of overalls and pantR, khaki, dare,
blue, and grav; 1000 each Camel -and
Lucky Strike cigarettes; 15 boxes of
Hawley to pay to Majorie Hawley
JaOOO as temporary alimony, J500 as
suit money for the expenses and costs
of prosecution; $15,000 as attorneys'
fees; 250 shares of stock in 'the Hawley
Pulp & Paper compandor (110,000 in
lieu thereof; one-third Interest In tu-
real property and household goods or
112,000 ln lieu thereof, and $250 a
month for the care and support of
their minor child, of which Mrs. Haw
ley also st-eke the custody.
Taft Opposed To
'All Bonus Ideas
Spokane, Wash., May 20. Declarihg
that the proposed soldiers bonus "dulls
the fine edge of the standing of the
American Legion," former President
William Howard Taft, who arrived
here today to deliver a lecture tonight
on the league of nations, stated ln a
newspaper Interview his opposition to
any such measure.
Guard Fedeniliuttioil Hit.
Washington, May 19 The house re
fusedtoday to approve a compromise
; of PoitUr, -,
use of th f...., "' ;-"
of Oregon ei--i" m w.
FOOLING WITD HEALTH SERIOUS
Planes Pass Over
City Going South
Spokane, Wash., May 20. The price
cutting movement here spread today
with the announcement by a large
collhlng store that all its lines except
contract goods would go on sale today
i a in per cent reduction.
One large department store yester
day announced a 20 per cent re.1nr.tln,.
effective today, and another said the
same reduction would go into effect
I have frequently asked druggists
What do you push in a blood medi
cine?". The answer usually came,
'The kind I can make the most mon-
J on. My answer has always been:
Not me I have succeeded pretty
well and I have always recommend
ed the one that I had found by ex
perience to be the best and the one
that I would be willing to take my
self or give to members of my own
family. I have never offered the pub
lic a medicine that we do not use at
home. This is why I can offer "Num
ber 40 for the Blood" with a clear
conscience. We have not only tried
it on thousands of others, but on our
selves. We take it in all cases where
a blood madiclne is needed, no mat
ter In what form it shows itself and
we get splendid results in constipa
tion, kidney, stomach and liver trou-.
bles. J. C. Mendenhall, Bvansvllle,
Ind., 40 years a druggist. Mr Richard
Dickson, furniture dealer, 157 For
est St. Spartanburg. S. C, was trou
bled a great deal for several years
with a breaking out that resembled
erysipelas. Before we got the agency
for Number 40 for the Blood, we sold
him many kinds of blood remedies and
compounds recommended for skin
troubles. He got no permanent relief,
however, until we got him started on
Number 40. He took several bottles
and was soon entirely relieved of the
very disagreeable skin trouble, but he
has not quit Number 40. He says he
has found It the best liver medicine
on the market, and will keep it on
hand all the time and recommends
It to his friends for a substitute for
calomN. . Todd Drug Co. Witness to
signature, R. C. Todd, druggist.
Sold by Schaefer drug store. (adv)
' Soldiers in.i .,n
cs i . .! . "M Minors
soiaiers uet Aia Th
... or uregon ex-erv:u
i Funds contained in the $100,000 !penuen,a J 1!?" men 4 h """'
emergency appropriation voted by the tion of the commi 5 to Iks
1919 session of the state legislature "ssion, BroWa
may be used for the support of de- Washington M . 7"
pendents of Oregon 'ex-service men April decreased lir '".s i
who may be incapacitated for work ports fell 0f 3j) 00J''"'6hilsif
and under the jurisdiction of public with the trade fi U "hN
authorities. was announced od?l ' k
This is the gist of an opinion ren- ment of commerce
dered by Attorney General Brown in . -
reply to a query from F. W. Mulkey JOURNAL WANT ADS
STATE g STREET
Xlf Cor. Stele and
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY BEST.
Two airplanes from the Oregon,
Washington & Idaho Airplane Mm
pany's field at Portland, passed over
aaleni Thnrurfnir pn n,itA .n tr
Muil. n u....li,1 niilnu.l I.., knli.i, nltnn.n J " " " " e
........ u.v. "'";" I and Kosehurg whero they will purtici
o disown ner mumer. rne piuiniui ! M(, . in .un i ,,ii..i ... r-,
lalrns further that Hill has stated that
the courts will support him In his pro
cedure nnd that he will soon have the
ntlre custody of the child.
Mrs. Hill asks that In pendancy of
the divorce litigation that the little girl
be placed In the care of a reputable
woman who would teach her to love
and respect both her father and moth
er. The court Is also asked to prevent
Mr, Hil from disposing of certain prop
erty and leaving the state with the
Rate Rise Rushed
With no prospect for an extension of
the time set by the Interstate' com
merce commission for a hearing on
the application of the railroad com
panies for an Increase In freight rates
the Oregon public service commission
Is bending every energy ln preparation
f data with which to back their pro
test uKulnst the requested Increase us
it affects the western territory.
, The Increase proposed for western
territory as compared with that pro
posed for eastern and southern terri
tory is entirely inequitable, aceorrtmit
to Fred A. William, member of the
ommipflon, who will leave Friday or
Saturday for Washington, D. C, to rep
resent the Oregon commission at the
hearing and to enter a protest along
with commissioners from other west
and In the Strawberry Carnival at
One of the planes, a JN4, landed on
the Wehfoot Aircraft company field
north of Salem and took on gas and
oil. It bore Oeorge V. Emery, special
representative of the company. The
other plane, an Oriole, passed over the
city without stopping.
. C, H. Oram, slate labor commission
er, and William A. Marshall, chairman
the state industrial accident com
mission, returned Wednesday morning
front San Francisco, Cnl., where ny
had gone to make a first hand study
of California's safety standards and
the administration of the law govern
ing the regulation In that state.
The Oregon code of safety standards.
Jf " ,.
Why he should be elected citv mar
Born nnd Raised In Salem, his
home and Interests are all In Salem.
eunce ma connection with the city
ponce department he has proven ef
ficient, courteous and a fearless law
enforcer, standing at all times tor a
square deal to all.
He hns fitted himself to be head of
the police department by qualifying
hlmaalf 1 n V. . . i . .. .
k ..t .. ..... , i..,.. " -vhtoib in wie unite
lure, has not yet been ZZl"
he within a short time, Recording to
ioughly familiarising himself with all
of the laws of the state and city that
would come under that department
for consideration and enforcement.
Aligning himself with various civic!
organisations and fraternities Traffic
Officer Vcrden M. Moffltt has always
j displayed enterprise and progressive
,ness by being behind everv movement
day tended toward the development of a
r ,., "TT" Eighteen months experience ln
Mrs. W. B. Washburn of Albany I, In 'France battling the Hun has won him
Palem as the guest of friends. Mrs. the distinction of a soldier and thor
Tashhtirn plans to remain in the capl- thorough Yankee.
Mr. Marshall whose commission Is en
trusted with the framing of these regu
lations whose enforcement Is placed In
the hunds of the state labor commissioner.
Miss Ella Smith was a visitor In Al-
Hanv Wednesday spending the
Wtlh friends in that cltv.
"Kincaid's Kiltie Band" !
BLIGH Theatre i
X wish to state to the voters that I
voted for every fbad measure which
was introduced during the sessions of
which I was a member.
I did not approve of the emergen
cy clause yet voted for each bond is
sue as it was Impossible to eliminate
the emergency clause.
I did advocate during the 1919 ses
sion that the state should submit the
specifications of the type of road ap
proved by the commission and ask
for competitive bids' on these specifi
cations otherwise how can we sav
we have real competitive bidding?
My opponents contended lhat the
state should permit the various con
tractors to make their own specifica
tions and the commission could choose
the best. This is the only item ln
which I opposed the committee and
this was In the manner of proceedure.
I submit the question as to wheth
er or not I was consistent, to you.
My ballot number is 72 X.
IVAN G. MARTIN.
Attention Mr. Worldngnian!
Stock Reduction Sale
In order to reduce our stock of work clothes we offer you
for 10 days only, some exceptional values. Here are a few
of the manyou will find here :
Canvas Gloves, 10c
Men's heavy blue denim bib overalls or CJO An
Jumpers, with light stripe tDtUU
Men's extra heavy blue denim overalls or flo nr
Jumpers (Levi Strauss) ' J
"Uncle Sam" work C1 OK
Khaki Pants, heavy qf
weight '. ' 2)4 .UD
Work Socks 10c
Men's Heavy Khaki q qf
Coveralls .. 5)u,uo
Children's Playsuits, Blue Denim qf
Or Pen Stripe oOC
Band shirts, heavy madras, nn pa
Assorted patterns , ... tW.DU
Tiff - Ti ii..
iuen s cana snins, qt
broken sizes tbl.lD
Men's best grade ' CK KA
Corduroys .. tbD.DU
BELTS Suspenders and Ties pn
$1.00 values for OUC
BE SURE AND WATCH OUR WINDOWS
FOR REAL VALUES
i fai-Pnxf Corsets-
Warner's Corsets carry the
strongest guarantee we know
the boning.the clasps.every
part of them is guaranteed
not to Rust, Break or Tear
and the guarantee does not
We also guarantee the shape
of Warner's Corsets. A War
ner's will shape a good figure
and will fit comfortably the.
first time you put it on, and
moreover it will hold its shape
to the last time you .wear it.
And then, too how much it
means to tub your corset as
you wash your undermuslins
always fresh and clean.
$2 $2.50 $3 $3.50 $4
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Sts.
Formerly Chicago Store
416 STATE ST.
tal city for several days.
Henry Morris & Co.
We can serve you in any capacity you may desire,
from treating your eyes to grinding and furnish
' ing your glasses.
Booms 202-211 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
DRAMA LEAGUE PLAYERS
Of Portland in 3 One-Act Tlays, Grand Theatre, Friday, May 21st, Benefit Women's
Building at University. Election returns will be announced
Special Notice to Shriners
Your'dress suits are here.'A new shipment arrived yester
'day. Obey that impulse and be here tomorrow and see
them. We also have a stock of Tuxedo Suits.
YOU DONOT TAKE A CHANCE TO LOSE IF YOU PURCHASE HERE
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, PROP.
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON
We operate our 297 stores on a well defined plan,
which assures you
Better Service and
WE BUY FOR CASH
Principally direct from manufacturers thus eliminating
middlemen's profits. We sell at small profits for CASH
ONLY, thus eliminating CREDIT LOSSES and C0LLEC-,
TION EXPENSES. WE DO NOT DELIVER, which is an
other expense saved, that benefits ycu also.
Visit Our Store Inspect Our Goods
Test Our Service
J. C. Penney Co.
5 Lbs. Dried Apples
7 Ws.'ltaUdn Prunes .:.....1:.$1.00
4 1-2 lbs. Sugar (with $3 purchase
and over) 1.00
See our ad on Page 8.
Peoples Cash Store
' TWO STORES-
No. Ion Commercial No. 2 on Stat