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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1920)
Riddle Case Does
Not Affect Salem
Dallas Road, Claim
Letter In $10,000
Case May Go Before
That the decision of Judg
wh:(.)i vl t t;:.;.;y l that t.n.e be
o.i'.io tf Ac.?i-.-n season, it was
said Friday. Prmi.-iion to mil;? rb
buiU'jnirs for thU purpose has been
: granted to E. S. Tillinghast, superin-
In the rase of J. F. Mounee aeainst' tendent of the school, by the state
Jeff Tooler a motion was filed in cir-J board of control.
cult court, Friday, wherein Mr. Pool- Tn0fe charge of making accom-
er asks that an order be lsstied by mentations tor the tnousanas ol tiKs
Skip- ,ne court reouirine th nlaintirf n' expected to come to Salem during
orth in the Riddle case will no m- submit a certain letter to handwritingi'tn,''r three day convention say that
feet the work now under way on the iexner(B- j hotels and rooming houses in the city j
Salem-Dallas road. U the opinion of'""- that; are .far too inadequate to care for the ;
nu-mw. ! th. hi i,... .. " ! ,n complaint ami anticipated case is' distinguished visitors. Efforts are!
mission I built va a letter to Winnie Belle' therefore being mode to provide quar.
Work on the Salom-Datla, road was ?.0U:, Mr: K"1" eBlJ? that '"i ter" ln 'h" builJin or the Elks.
n. Per defense- as the occompanying
... .1 , ""V istatement declares. n I J r T"
.varas. wuij Jn his orlgina, compiainti j. F.
pUMu.ieu urn,, improved oy Det.jMounce char!;ec, ,hat Mr. Pooler haJ
, ,..u.wU, nrpuu, sui jbeen .instrumental in alienating the
Engineer Herbert S. Nunn. who mad. affection of Mrs. Mounce and asked
, ' " ' "" '."""Jitor jouaiuient of l,000 to cover
...uB. n,n,ne pavinj ot tn:,u,.lWfflt damages alleged bv
main travel route will be resumed Sat-1 mouiks. . .ilff3ri9
ine contract lor work on this roadfA A ' ' 1 Til' J
Is held by Oscar Huber, under whow ' lUUTtCrS In UlMU
jiupervuiion aoout lour; ana one-nan
miles ot paving has been laid. !,i
Grading of the entire, stretch Ji
Inmate Of State
Himself In Head
When other inmates complained of
Ws snoring when he slept Robert W.
B. Rlggle .age 33, Inmate at the state
Jiospltal, stole away to the loft of the
. barn on the Institution grounds, laid
down on some straw, took a 22 calibre
, rifle and shot himself in the head. He
Ued Instantly, Coroner Clough, who
Rlgple appeared before attaches m
the hospital Friday morning and
seemed extremely depressed, and said
that one of the other Inmates had
, ishook him and roused him from his
Bleep because he had been snoring. No
Attention was paid to the matter at
that time, until Rlggle could not be
, found In his customary place.
Search was immediately instituted
find at 11 o'clock he was found in the
loft of the barn, clutching the rifle ln
one of his hands.
Rlggle sudtnlned Injuries while serv
ing In the army In France that neeen
- Kitnted Ms confinement ln the state
"hospital. Slice his arrival there he has
been despondent, a condition, physl
ians claim, brought on by the injur
ies he had received.
His father, W. B. Rlggle, resides at
The Dalles, Or., and a sister, Mrs. Fred
Frew, lives at Sutherlln, Oregon.
Riggle was born ln Kansas. He was
eent to the state hospital from Douglas
bounty, March 6. During the war he
was gassed at Chateau Thierry anr in
the Argonne forest, and sustained shell
Injuries In the knee. At the state hos
pital he had the freedom of the
grounds, and was regarded (is a re
fe. School Go To Elks
-., -Quarter for from 50 to 75 Elks who
Will attend the state convention here
in Jily will be provided in the build
ing; of the Oregon school for the deaf
J Delegates 'Are
Delayed bv tire
x Along Railroa
Sacramento, CaJ., June 4. The con
vention special carrying California
delegates to the Republican National
convention at Chicago wras delayed 14
hours by a fire that destroyed fifteen
hummed feet of snowshed on. the
Southern Pacific railway five miles
east of Summit. At division head
quarters of the railway here it wasj
said this moming (he fire had been
extingu!shed and the special was;
again on its way. Origin of the blaze
is unknown, railroad officials said.
Come to Gates
At 899 North Commercial Street for good goods and a
square deal. Money back if you are not satisfied. Bread,
large loaf, 17 cents, small. 12 cents, eircrs 39 cents.
Ikey does not stand at the front door of our store on' J
o 1 1 J.A 1 ! 1T j 1 1 1 ,1 1 . M .
a reu hoi stove ana wan, i inmK i see tne snenn coming.
899 N. Commercial St. The old Dawson Stand.
'-'lr 11 K W' j I
These silks consist of our best quality merchandise and this sale price is put on to jneet the demands of the people.
June brides will find this a timely event to supply their present and future needs. At this writing we have a com
plete range of colors and shades although they may not last for the entire two days.
40-inch all silk Crepe de
Chine, per yard
40-inch all silk Georgette
Crepe, per yard"...
36-inch all silkJSatin
Messaline, pjer yard
36-inch Chiffon Taf
feta, per yard .........
40-inch Lingerie Satin
per yard .
36-inch Silk Poplins
These silks come in the fol
White, Old Rose, Navy, Russian Green Pigeon
Flesh Pearl Black Apricot Smoke Brown
Copenhagen Peach Plum Ecru Etc..
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
Gale & Company
FORMERLY CHICAGO ST0REC0MMERCIAL .AND COURT STS.
Street Car Line
For North Salem
Co-operation of the Salem Com
mercial club In seeking the extension
of streetcar lines Into North Salem,
or the Institution of Jitney service,
lva sought of the board of directors
if the club Thursday night when 10.
8. Tlllinghast, president of the North
Salem improvement association ap
peared before them and declared for
the extreme need of better trunpor
tation facilities In that end of the
The club directorate took no action
in the matter,
Mr. Tlllinghast told the directors
that "North Salem is walking to
town," and Bald that with the sir. fy
fcrowth of the city northward greater
iemnnd for transportatipn aceomfiiS
Uttiona grows. Extension ot the
(Streetcar line along Liberty street be
yond Hood avenue, to Pine Btreet,
thence east on Pine street to, Cherry
avenue is one route desired by north
Sulrm residents. Extension of the oar
line north on Summer street has also
been requested, but not so emphat
ically us the Liberty street line, thut
Jiow turns on Hood avenue and ex
tends east, leaving North Salem with
out any streetcar service.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
i. j i mini iwigAAMiaMuUM
Salem Sample Store
141 North Commercial Street
Women's Summer Footwear
Patent Pumps and Oxfords
Louis or Military heel
All sizes, $5.85
White Fabric Oxfords
Louis Heel, $2.95
Black Kid Oxfords
Military or Louis heels
$7.45 and $7.85
White Fabric Pump
Fancy Buckle, $3.45
Dull Kid Pump .
Louis Heel, $7.85
Complete Line of Shoes for
White Kid Lace
Louis Covered Heel
White Reignskin Lace
Louis Heel, $3.95
White Fabric Lace
Shoes low and military heel
$1.95, $2.85 to $3.95
Sand Nubucks Lace
Shoe made to sell for $12
Going at $6.85
Children's Patent Ankle
Strap Slipper, $2.98, $3.25
Men and Boys for Less
C. I BREIER CO.
You do Better Here for Less
Co Peetaey Go.
ine VawMvU of th f Utt'
. v ii i i mi j rival
Tbt most astounding; drama
w conceived bj tht mind of
man in tvMi-t, . ....
woman b lovet from a bandit
hi ine tit LOCklcar ehsnm
plane a mil in
the air, climb a
frail rope ladder
and force the
pint to sur-
timebeinc not over fifty feet
from Toil. wfiA are In inntkr
aeroplane t If you mis this nic-
tH.rA r)ni MM . V.
l.r.B IIIV 1 V4tlW( I
thing that moving picture have I
ever produced. Now pUyinj. I
Today - Tomorrow;
1 ton Ford with express body, top and wind-' fl?AA
shield, extra good tires. A bargain at tpOUU
1919 Maxwell panel body, electric lights, starter T rfr A
car is just like new with good tires tp l OU
1918 Maxwell, 1 ton truck with cab and wind- dfaK A
shield, good stake body, new tires, bargain price tPOU
1 ton Republic truck, overhauled, repainted Q 1 O
and guaranteed, new tires, cab and body tP 1401
1920 1 ton Republic truck, almost new, body d "1 r A A
and cab, overhauled and guaranteed pJLuUU
22-ton Republic truck, new tires, overhauled Qt t7IZt
and guaranteed, extra good value at 41 1 OU
1918 2'i-ton Republic truck, like new, over- COO AA
hauled and guaranteed with new tires tPaZUU
1920 2i-ton Bethlehem truck , ' d0AA
almost new . $ZuUU
ALL OF THESE TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH 1920
Call at the Yellow Front Truck Store for Inspection
W. ii. iHLDEBRANDT & CO.
MARION COUNTY POLK COUNTY
279 N. Commercial St.
- rhone 675
By Always Giving the Greatest Values to be had. For example where else will
you find such low prcies as we give here on
Crepe de Chines
Of best quality and colors as Light and Dark Blue, Grey, :: Tn . , , ,
Apricot, Brown, Nile, Yellow, Pink, Maize, Olive Green :: i gd Colors: Greys Blues- Greens, Purple, Dark
Burgundy, Cream Old Rose and Victory Red. ' ;: Brown Drab Red, Taupe, eseda, Flesh, Pink, Gold, Cream
t QirtA T .nta1rtw
At prices you can not afford to overlook in Black, White, t
Cream, Old Rose, Red Purple, Taupe, Light Grey; Tan! t Here are some-more of those unusually good buys that will
Green. Brown. Pink. Several sVmiW Af w ai . I n i A. , ...... . . nn
, , x 0UII1C IUL.e j aMCu to an. uoiors are JNavy, Tan. White, maize, w
ami nlnia I
Rose and several shades of Blue.
1 1.98 yard
stripes and plaids.
NOTE 2?S SK'r zrjr" w .
., j,uu tu me coior you want.
LOOK AT OUR WINDOWS
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