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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
To Open Monday
Westerville. o. May 21. William
E. (Pussyfoot) Johnson will make
part of his western Itinerary speaking
under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon
ie8u, oy airplane.
The schedule completed. toOj.y, calls
for a trip by airplane July S when he
will leave his train at Granger, Colo.
end fly to Twin Falls, Idaho, a dis
tance if 600 miles, driver a speech
and catch his train at Shoshone. Ida
ho, allowing him thus to reach Spo
kane for an address that evening.
Is Called Off
Portland, Or., May 21. The pro
posed ten round boxing match between
Benny Leonard, world's lightweight
champion, and Prankie Callahan of
Brooklyn, scheduled for this city June
31, has been cancelled, according to
Bobby Evans, matchmaker of the Port
land boxing commission. Callahan
has broken his hand, according to i
message received by Evans ,and will
not be able to box for a month.
This does not cancel the daU tn hn-r
which Leonard has made, Evans says,
nd he will have to find another oppo
nent to meet the champion. Several
prominent lightweights are under con
sideration, Evans said today. Leonard
has signed an agreement, according to
Kvans. to box any opponent here on
June 21, the bout to be for ten rounds,
construction will bc-in in a few tlivs
by Mr. Kimball, who is financing the
project. J. C. Feller of Fmfeviit
establishing a seed cleanine nlant And 1
iOther buildings are in contemplation. j
: The town is surrounded by a rich I
agricultural country, and hoos and!
! fruit are extensively produced. j San Francisco. Jlav -21. A plan of
I The citizens of Donald feel the need jncome particjpation or tmploy of
! there is a irrand onnortunitv awaiiin i the Western Union Telegraph
some good physiciitn.
, smi, and joint railroad employes
j not participate in the benefits.
Employes Given j .
Shnro nf Prnfn' Local Option In
Effective June I
Then Shoots Self
Portland, Or., May 21. August
Sjorkland, grocer In the north sec
Ion of Portland, was shot by his wife
this morning, the woman then turn
Jnj the gun upon herself, Inflicting a
wound which, according to physicians
probably wll regUt ln hei; aeath
Physicians also said that BJorkland
would die. According to the police.
Jealousy was the cause of the wo
Washington, May 20. Ta
coma, Wash., 96.965.
Denver, Colo., 256,369.
Increases: Tacoma, 13,222,
or 15.8 per cent.
Denver, 42.998S, or 20.1 per
Xew London, Conn., 25,688,
increase 6029 or 30.7 per cent.
Elizabeth, N. J., 95,682, in
crease 22,273 or J0.3 per cent.
Englewood, N. J., 11,617, In
crease 1693 or 17.1 per cent.
Garfield, N. J.. 19,381, in
crease 9168 or 89.9 per cent
Hamilton County, Ohio, con
taining Cincinnati, 493,672, In
crease 32,9946 or 7.1 per cent
Washington, May 19. Salt
Lake City, Utah, 118,110, In
crease 25,333 or 27.S per cent.
Pittsfield, Mass., 41,554, in
crease 9413 or 29.3 per cent.
Rhinelander, Wis., 6654. In
crease 1017 or 18 per cent.
Roanoke, Va., 50,842, In
crease 15,968 or 45.8 per cent.
Northbrldge, Mass., 10,074,
Increase 1267 or 14.4 per cent.
Woburn, Mass., 16,565, In
crease 1257 or 8.2 per cent.
Newburyport, Mass., 16,609,
Increase 660 or 4.4 per cent.
Bcranton; Pa., 137,783, in
crease 7961 or 6.1 per cent.
Norwlchtown, Conn., 29,685,
Increase 1466 or 5.2 per cent.
Norwich City, Conn., 22,304,
Increase 1937 or 9.5 per cent.
Glasgow, May 10. Scotland's local
option act tnac'ted in 1913 aftn
thirty years of agitatu :i. bc-orres ef
fective June 1. Prohibitionists are
pany. resulting from conferences be
tween the company yund an associu
jtion of Its employes, was made pub
i lie here today. It was announced the
plan would be operative for the year : Planning to launch an
J 1 1920, its continuation being -condi-! I'a'frn.
jtional upon its efficacy in stabilizing! Th,r be PU in every town
! the force. Increasing efficiency anJ and disir.ct of Scotland rnd out ."f
I Improving the service. jthat vote will come the t licit e of
Under the plan, half of the net i- three a'ternatives total prohibition
come remaining after deducting $10,-j reduction cf drinking facilit'c by one
j 000.000 and allowing for depreciation 'fourth, or continuance of present rej:
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Tryouts 'Are Set
"f lorn.-Mny 21 The American
Olympic committee today made public
revuien schedule of tryouts In the
mympic game elimination contests.
These tryoutB will extend over a period
of more than two months. The sched
ule in purt follows:
Track and field tryouts, June 26,
oast, Pasadena; final cycling elimi
nations July 1; swimming tryouts
men and women July 3, 4 and 5; army
finals, track, wrestling, boxing, Chica
go. Ht. Louis or Kansas City, June 30
July 3; wrestling tryouts July 6, 7;
final tryout steeple chase, decathlon
walk, New York Athletic club, July 9
mi 10; final swimming tryouts, men,
Chicago, July 10-11. Kliml wrestling
tryouts New York City,. July 13-14-15:
final boxing tryouts, track und field,
Jlnrvard stadium July 17; final rowing
trvoutu, Worcester, Mass., July 23-24;
final swimming tryouts, women, Man
hattan Hcaeh, July 24-28.
8tewm Accused Murderer.
Tacoma, Wash., May 19. A charge
of first degree murder was filed today
against Robert Friedman, who shot
and killed his stepfather Phil li. Fried
man Monday night. Deputy Prosecu
tor James W Helrinn declflred nnllcfl
Investigation lead him to believe that
tne dead man was snot while seated
before the firs with his back to hti
Oil Interests In
Cycle Rider Is
"Bumped Off" In
Reality; Not Hurt
Stuvton, Or., May. 21.- Using an
army expression, to be "bumped off"
was a serious matter, but In R. R. Huiv
old's ease 'It was a real Joke. Riding
on a motorcycle between here and Sll
verton a few days ago, behind hl
brother, Harold was "bumped off" and
the driver went some distance before
he discovered his brother's absence.
The boy was uninjured, however, by
the fall and after some little wiiitincr
before the machine turned back to get
him, they continued the Journey to
Silverton where they' visited their sis
Portland Man As
Des Moines, Iowa, May 21. The
third ballot for publishing agents for
r- ... I .
:' With NPW RpOimP-lhe M,'tno"st Episcopal church taken
at tne general conference today result-.
' Wevipi,,, .... .. ed In the election of Robert H. Huahes
hnv LIli ,,7: interests made vacant by the retirement of Dr.
with the nren eiH u. K. Jennings, who has been publish-
, vuiiii.uiuij uuvern- mar naont rrt tnunu ,aaa
Jiient of Mexico
ay by the Associated Press from Au
rellmio Mendlvll, In charge of the
He stated that Impost for March
nnd April, decreed shortly before Car
innza's fall, had been withdrawn, the
companies agreeing to pay the rate
collected for January and February,
which were two and one-halt times
less than (he rate fixed by Onrrunza
for the second six months of the year.
By H. E. Browne
Born thirteen years ago this moiitn
the city of Donald Is yet in Its Infancy,
tut is a well developed "kid" and bids
fair to be a monster long before th
age of muturity. Immediately after
me completion of the Oregon Eleotric
roaa iroui Portland to Salem and the
erection of a depot at that station
daring and enterprising citizens, back
d by equally daring canltal. connelv,
ed the Idea of building a town. What
the little group of citizens endeavor
. d to accomplish they did well, and
. public aplrltedness has always prompt
d them to be among the first in ef
fort. And while the pyrotechnlcal the
ory of world wide war was shooting
across the sky, and other towns more
fortunately situated luy dormant, Don
ald, though young In yenrs, did by
leaps and bounds, rush forward In all
that contributed to the material wel
fare, happiness and prosperity of her
people. Its population Increased and
Its commercial development was even
beyuiid the highest anticipations of
those optimistic citizens. But the end
Is not yet.
A remarkable collection of testi
mony to faith In the future of that lit
tie city Is seen In the substantial build
Ings constructed. Here Is a bunking'
business housed In a beautiful and
modern brick structure and conduct
ed by a live member of Marlon coun
ty's community builders, C. J. Espy.
A hotel, which might well be the envy
Of cities with twice the
Donald, where tht traveling public is
nousca and red with unusual hospital
ity, Is conducted by F. A. Mercer. The
stores are well stocked and a spirit of
thrift Is In evidence everywhere it
that little city In the north part of the
New enterprises are fast comlnir tn
life and prominence, among which Is
a brick and tile factory owned and
operated by C. 8. Iloskius and M. R
Desart A brick yard recently estab
lished by H N. tioode, who Is alao
engaged In the nursery business. Is
another one of the Important events
In Donald's history, A building Is now
Irilgailon Bonds Received.
Fifty thousand dollars In hnmU n
the Grants Pass Irrigation district was
delivered to the stale engineer's office
here, Thursday: bv Wilfred H. Alton
secretary of the dlstrlctfor record and
certification, preliminary to he sale
Ot tne HSUC. Til S a n itnrt of a t90D .
000 Issue voted by the district, $106,000
of which has previously been certified
to and sold. The district includes sumr
Honolulu, T. H. Following a three
day secret session. i-f.pmtlv .,.m.,i it,
Japanese Fe.lei ntlnn 0f Labor voted to
continue the strike of Its members In
the sugar cane fields of the Island of
Onhu for another thirty days. The
strike started late n Jannnry and fol
lowed demands by the federation for
The federation also voted to change
its name to the Hawaiian Federation
ot Labor, following: Its consliWutlm. ...
a proposal from the Honolulu Labor
I'ouncu to ask for limitation with the
American Federation of Labor.
Reports from the plantations of On
hu are to the effect that conditions
daily are lmnrovinir and thnt ih l
crop will be harvested without the holn
of the strikers.
ONE PANCAKK Tl'ltNEK FREE
with 10-pound sack of Tip Top pan
jn course of construction for a
ern garage and blai-ksmlih l,,,.
J. C. Moore. Plans and specifications
re made for new flouring mill, and
1 sack hardwheat flour t 3.26
100 lbs. Netted Gem potatoes
00 lbs. Wheat
1 bale Straw
1 ton Straw , 10.0(i
23 bars Laundry Soap
12 bars Creame oil Son I. 1 AA
3 lb. Peanut Putter 1.00
1 lb. Cocoa
I lb. Dried Prunes
1 lb. Kippered Salmon
Fresh Milk per quart
1 lb, Ceylon Tea
cans Milk m
6 can Salmon j.oc
la cars Cryptal White Soap 1.00
w bars swift White Laundry
Calumet Raking Powder, per
FRESH LETTUCB AND CABBAGE
74 HIGHLAND AVKNTK
quor interests concede that a i'ool
employes on commis-lpart cl Scotland tJ
Reds Is Report
Warsaw, May 20. Information in
dicating some elements in Germany
are determined to help the Russian
bolshevik! continues to be receive-!
here, it "is said in military circles.
The latest report is regarding Upper
Silesia, where German armed forces
have been assembling on the border
of the plebiscite
here today published dispatches stat
ing that 4000 security guards nau ar
rived in Upper Silesia
The ashes of the late Captain Tiod-
ney S. Church, weti Known rusci
Sound mariner, will be sprinkled on
the waters of Elliott bay. May 30.
The grand lodge of the Knignts o.
Pythias of Washington is in session at
TA Remarkable Showing Of
Will be found at the
J.C. Penny Co. store
and you will find
v that , you will be
able to get what you
want for less money
suk DmseS..........$i2.5o $39.50
Wool Dresses ... $18.50 to $45.00
Women's SuHs......$27 M to $54.75
Women'sCoats -.$19.50 to $44.75
Skids, wool or sitt....$6.90 to $16.50
White Wash Skirts ....$2.98 $9.90
Ladies Silk and Cotton Waists
We have a representative showing; ot the market's best oro.
auctions in popular priced waists
SILK WAISTS , , Tn ,
COTTON WAISTS 'Vg
Warner's Corsets carry
strongest guarantee we bcJ
-the boning.the clasps,
part of them is
not to Rust, Break or Tear
and the guarantee does
. stop there.
We also guarantee th
of WTarner's Corsets. A War.i
ner a ra snape a good figg,
and will fit comfortably the
first time you putiton,nd
moreover it will hold its shape
to the last time you wear ft.
And then, too how much it
means to tub your corset as
you wash your undermuslins
always fresh and clean.
Commercial and Court Sts.
$3 $3.50 54
Formerly Chicago Store
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5 Lbs. Dried Apples
7 lbs. Italian Prunes ............ JQQ
4 1-2 lbs. Sugar (with $3 purchase
and over) .......$1.00
See our ad on Page 8.
Peoples Cash Store
r J -TW0 STORES , i
No. J on Commercial No. 2 on State
Copyright 1920 Hrt SchalTner &. Mu
You'll Like This Spirit
Our aim in business is not to sell as much merchandise as possible, but rather to mata . ' j
this the eUir. will taU rr nf a v . ' ! , make as many satlsfied frienda for this store as possible. If we do
mis me seumg will take care of itself. A new shipment of Hart Schaffner and Tarv I,-, t i.
.naimer ana .Marx is here. If you come tomorrow you will not regret it
YOU DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE TO LOSE IF YOU PURCHASE HERE
CP. BISHOP, PROP.
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTY A PATRON