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,..nv MAY 24. 1920.
Cut in Half by
. ttIe, Wash, May 24Lieuten
" M Kelly and Governor Olcott
foreP. forced by heavy head
ia to ! Can,P Lewis' auan"
, their effort Sunday to fly by
' from Blaine to Stockton, Cal.
7.a t three hour delay they flew to
Ce. Or., from which point they
Tcomplet their trip Monday.;
i,ivrae weather conditions ham
iV.he flyers almost from the start
ET. they happed off at Blaine at
VcTock Sunday morning there
L, nly a light wind and the air was
Zr hut they soon ran into a. vio
Sf'head wind which so retarded
w" that they reached
Lewis only with great difficul-
though Camp Lewis is oniy about
lilies by air from Blaine they
tlk nearly two hours to make tne
jight, battling almost constantly with
th heavy wind.
Vfhey hopped oft again from the
mD in the fiddle of a rain' storm
2 9 30 o'clock, and going through
Ijin and clouds most of the way,
fle, to Eugene, Or. There it was dis
vered that the propellor had been
Liad by hail, making H impossi
ble to continue the flight until Mon-
W' ' ' '
Relief From Car
Shortage Seen In
Immediate relief fro mthe box car
in the northwest is seen in
the order of the interstate commerce
commission directing certain eastern
roads to divert several hundred emp
ty box cars to western roads, informa
tion regarding which was received by
Hie Oregon public service commission
The telegram received by the Ore
gon commission was sent, by P. . H.
Cleland of the Warhlngton commis
don, now In Washington on the
freight rate hearings, and states that
the delivery of empty cars to western
roads is to begin May 25 and continue
for thirty days. The order is definite
and certain, Cleland states, setting
forth the number of cars to be trans
ported by each road, the route, dis
tribution, destination and time to con
tinue delivery. .
Floral society officials announce de
cided gains in membership during the
past few weeks, and the ranks are
dally being swelled by persons who de
lre to asisst in making the captlal city
the "City Beautiful." Anyone wishing
to identify themselves with the society
may leave their names at Hartmun
Bros, jewelery store or the Gardner &
Keene establishment, where member
ship cards have been left and their
applications will be received.
' Persons who recently have express
ed their willingness ' to asist in the
; movement for a more beautiful city,
by joining the floral society are: -
Mr. and Mrs. Homer H. Smith, Fran
cis P. Smith, J. Howard Zlnser, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence T. Harris, J. W.
Maruny, Mrs. Carrie H. Chapel j Mrs.
Milton Meyers, Mrs. D. J. Fry, F. A.
Elliott, Marguerite Elliott," Mrs. W. 50.
Anderson. C. B. Clancy, Mrs. N. C. Ka
foury, H. E. Helfuch, Frank T. Wright
man, P. G. Deckebach, Mrs. E. C.
Cross, Mrs. Russell Catlln, Dr. M. T.
Schoettle, Mrs. Irene Scott, H. ,T.
Clements, Mrs. Ethel Clements, Alice
H- Page, Mr. and Mrs. John Albert.
Miss Mary Chadwlck, Carl D. Gubriel
n, Albert H. Gille, J. B. Young, Geo.
H. Dunsford, Paul Wallace, Mr John
Carson, E. Hofer, Mr. and Mr. Nichola.
Haas, Mrs. Alice Wait, Kra. 13; TC Visit
er, Mrs. Joice Bunck, Mrs. Si. Tallman,
Mrs. i L. Purvine, Havr.' Pearcy.
United States To
Be Arbitrator In
Paris, May 22. Ambassador Wal-
av.-o iiuurmea me council of Ambas
sadors today that President Wilson
had announced that the United States
wouia accept tne role of arbitrator to
wjuhk tne oounaanes of Armenia.
.,.s vvmiuueraoie anx
iety among the entente powers, which
--- - iiiuj to ODcain
reliable news as to what is happening
in that country. -
Une Of the mstari i)i!... .
. - ---- "- "in.-uiues in
Italy at present, if Is reported, is the
r. w iniuc onicers. An or
der recently Jocund r .... .. .
tlon of 29,000 officers, is said to have
lusregaraea, the men re
fusin gto take thei rdischarge.
Salem Boy Wins
o . "sMiujiumi voiiege, Cor
vallis, May 24. Ronald Hogg of Sa
lem won first place in the stock judg
ing contest at O. A. C. Only those stu
dents making the highest f
class work were eligible. Competition
was keen throughout th Knnii
tween 25 men. The Withycombe club
uciu me contest which was open to
freshmen taking animal husbandry.
iuu auwaras or Monroe, and Clay
Miller of Amity, tied for second place.
Out of a possible Bon ,,nii. xi
made 455, while the other two men
scored 440 each.
" The finners
iWithycombe club banquet where
medals given by the Union Meat com
pany t Portland were presented to
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
sition of value in the musical world."
For Wednesday and Thursday '
nights, more than the usual share of
the program has been allotted to Ma
dame Fahey and her part
were put up for auction here today.
To Convene rAt
The annual district convention of
the Royal Neiehbors
Scotts Mills June 2, and delegates will
auena rrom Salem, Silverton and other
towns In the district. One of the big
features of the occasion will be the
dinner served by the Scotts Mills la
dles, who have established a favorable
reputation for their hospitality. There
will be a big class adoption in the even
ing and candidates from Salems will be
taken there for initiation.
Pay For Company
M. 'Arrives Today
Pay checks for all members
pany M, aproximating (1760, arrived
in &aipm Monuay, ana will be appro
tioned to the mpnihp of fHo ,.mi
sembly in the armory Monday evening.
mat none of the members may be
missed in making the payments, all
members of thp comnanv are nrored hv
Captain Leroy Hewlett to attend the
drill. - ,,
The nav is for the semi-annual tier.
lod ending December 31, 1919, and la
issued rrom the quartermaster depart
ment of the army at San Francisco.
Deposits in the 28 banks and trust
companies In Portland increased J9,
416,325.13 between the report on May
12, 1919, and the last call on May 4,
1920, according to a summary pre
pared by Will H. Bennett, state super
intendent of banks today. The report
shows a gain In the deposits of Port
land banks of $690,236.63 from Feb
ruary 2 to M8ay 4. Deposits in the
Portland banks on May 4 totalled
$144,720,181.32, the summary shows.
Plight Does Not
Need Yankee Help
financiers here today elicited the dec
laration that despite present unset
tled economic conditions In this coun
7 Japan would not be obliged to
Wthdraw gold held in Amreica. This
Wld Is largely invested , in American
winds. Japan has more gold at home
,ie neeas. (
The opinion was expressed that tt
M too early to declare economic'
""ladies in Japan healed, but finan-'
.... vviivuiuvu ii, was WCI1 111
This is being done through eon-
o .u iu me biock marnet oy
icate banks, to which the Bank
, b has advanced forty million
J; gar industries are being sim
"f'y assisted. Financiers also point
eLv ,hat any withdrawal of for
ei investments through fear of Jap
anese instahlllto u
tuauon, ag the investments are all
Corn Market Is
Chicago, May 24. Prices took an
upward swing In the corn market to
day, influenced by scarcity of offer
ings. May delivery, In particular, was
in meager supply. Word of new ex
port business In wheat and rye count
ed somewhat as a bullish factor. Open
ing prices, which varied from 2 de
cline to 1 cent advance, with July 1:58
to $1.59 and September $1.49 to
$1.49 3-4 were followed by decided
tains all around. ' ' '
Oats went higher in sympathy with
corn. After opening one cent off to
half cent advance,, including July at
86 to 851. the market scored a gen
eral upturn .- - '
Weakness in Irog values had a de
pressing effect on provisions. Demand
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY BEST.
Zlon city. 111., jway 22;Twenty
last wj?.'8" dollar" wa distributed
The Z in bonuse t employes it
thnwK muu8lre. operated by the
under Wilbur Glenn Voliva.
u 7r ' John Alexander Dowie
Th?rer of Zion cy-
he , .e.nty two Industries did a bus
Of $2,500,000 last year and earn
Each .Prfit 0f ".000.
hrL U8try Pen ln "he morn
any 7 J?51" ttnd bib,e reading,
koldw, "orkers who are stock
fc4men7C?hV Per cent on their
nent. In addition to their bonus-
- Sale of
. ' 2085 State street
.Thursday, May 27 i
1:30 p. m.
Everything in the house and T
one good cow
. Phone 117? ' 1211
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Returning to Portland field from '
Eugene where they participated in the1
aircarnival there several days ago and
at Corvallis Saturday and Sunday two
limnes ownea Dy me uregon, asning
ton & Idaho Airplane company of Port
land landed at the flight field north
east of Salem Montlay morning. The
planes, an Oriole, piloted by J. D. Hill
and with William O'Neill, mechanic,
as passenger and a JN4, piloted by
Merle Briggs and bearing George F.
Emery, special representative of the
company, landed without mishap.
P. E. Fullerton and R. O. Snelling
of the Wedfoot Aircraft company of
this ctly and several Interested persons
went to the field after noon and wit
nessed the Oriole make several exhi
bition flights. The Webfoot Aircraft
company plans the purchase of a ma
chine and were much impressed with
the performance of the Oriole.
Dewey Griffin, aged 22 years, who
- ) lives on the McKenu river la report
. " I to be missing from his home. It is
Fifty per cent of the hops grown In : eared he ha3 ,rt wi,n an accident or
the United States are produced In Otv- ! taken his own life, as he has been in
ill health for some time.
' To Be Apollo
On next Wednesday and Thursday
nights will occur the second and final
concert of the Apollo club's third sea
son, On account of the better seating
accommodations arid acoustic quali
ties, the concerts will be given in the
grand theater, even though two nights
will be required to accommodate the
patronage. Rehearsals for this concert
began immediately after the seasons
first concert last January, and prom
ise is given that a splendid program
Madame Winifred Fahey, noted so
prano, who has just returned to the
coast after a brilliant debut and a
winter season of great success in
New York, will be the club's soloist
for the concert. The same program
will be surtg both nights. Madame Fa
hey's previous engagement with the
Apollo club In February last year, will
be remembered as one of the triumphs
of local musical events, and, what
with the ascendency of her ability
since that time, It Is anticipated that
Salem's vocal music devoteeB will be
royally, entertaifeed. Madame Fahey's
first New .'York recital was given it
Aeolian hall on February 18th of this
year and called forth a -number if
splendid commendations by promi
nent critics ln New York papers. In
the New York Times Richard AUlrlch
"Madame Fahey showed the pos
session of a voice of more than com
mon capabilities a voice of excellent
natural quality, of richness, or range
and of abundant power at both ex
tremes and in the. Intervening part; u.
voice offering assuredly large possi
bilities, and Interesting to hear."
' The New York Sun-Herald com
mented: "A singer who has a voice of such
proportions and range as Madame Fa
hey's ought to be able to ittaln a, po-
Application for the appropriation of
water from Cover creek for the Irriga
tion of 100 acres of land in Malheur
county was filed with State Engineer
Cupper, today, by Ida E. McConnell ot
M. L. Klmmell and Clarence 3.
Green of Glyde, Or., have also made
application for the appropriation of
water from small creeks tributary of
Noth Umpqua river for domestic use
and irrigation puposes.
' Tanks Flood -Purls
Paris, May 22. Great difficulties
are being encountered by Paris ho
tels In providing accommodations for
the thousands of American tourists
who are flocking to' this clty. Many
hostelerles have their rooms booked
up until late in July or early in Aug
F..Y-Knlser's Effects Sold -New
York, May 22. Throne drap
eries, the throne room hangings and
furniture said to have graced several
of the erstwhile royal palaces of form
er Emperor Wilhelm of Germany,
Igii j'4i ,
Overmire Steel Cossf ruction Company
j VTo bin la Mock for Immediate Shipment
nrvv, I",m nche, ap to M foot kngth.
ANgi i s . ,TOm IS Inches, up to 0 foot length.
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Retailers at Wholesale Prices
Phone C. 0. D. Orders 186-198.
Mail Orders Commercial Street at State.
3 lbs Royal Club Coffee , . . - -$1.50
3 lbs Fancy Bulk Coffee . -93 c
50c large Instant Postum . -43 C
30c Postum ...............27c
2 Kellogg's Corn Flakes ...... ..........25 C
2 pounds Prunes ............. ... ........ -25 C
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5 pounds Amber Karo 55 C
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7-2 Gallon Wesson's Oil 1 $1,55
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2 Cans Tomatoes ., 25 C
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Six Weeks Summer Term, 1920
Entrance and Enrollment ,
, CO U R S E S
Regular: Practically all of those offered during the
Special Methods: "(a) In the different subjects for all
the grades from 1 to 8 inclusive ; (b) For rural schools ;
(c) For principals and city superintendents,
i . Elementary .teachers' training course: All subiects re
quired by law for the elementary teachers' training
course. , ,
Regular Term Begins Sept., 20, 1920.
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