Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
Hie Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon
Draft of Mandato To
Be Submitted To
london, Feb. 4. Th nwiLh
agraft of the mandate for Palestine
wnicn will he submitted to the
wiuncn or trie eatrne nf niinn. ...
t next meetlriK in Geneva, pro--srldes
hat the mandatory natioa
Creat Britain) shall have all the
ower inherent in the government
a sovereign state, according to
tShe text of the draft, printed by the
-Jewish Chronicle here today.
Among the outstanding features
f the twenty-seven articles of the
mandate art stipulations that the
"Widest measures of self govern
ment for localities, consistent with
prevailing: conditions, shall be cn
ounraged, and that the mandatory
sihall be responsible for maintain
ing such political administrative
nd econom lc condiiions as shall
jaecure the establishment of a Jew
Ih national home and the develop
ment of self government institu
tions. ; .. n)
The mambilnrv assumed the re
sponsibility of seeing that no I'al
Rtlne terrl'ory shall be ceded,
leased or otherwise subjected to
ny foreign power; that Jewish im
migration shall he facilitated; that
he civil and relllgous rights of nil
he inhabitants. Irrespective of race
r religion, shall he safeguarded
nd that then' he no discrlminatln
mgainst the nationals of an ntaten,
members of the league of nations.
Responsibility for taxation, com
racrce and navigation Is vested in
he mandatory. It is also provided
that a land system he Introduced to
wwornole close settlement of the
and andl ts intensive cultivation.
All responsibility in connection
with the holy places, religious build
Ines and thru- sites are assumed by
Couldn't Beat This
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 4. Three
negroes broke into a barbershop
here during the night and gave
each other a haircut and shave,
face massage, hair tonic rub, etc
etc. What a case for Sherlock
Holmes. The hair on the floor,
'the hair tonic odor, etc. Out
went the officers with a sam
ple of the bay rum tonic. And
In a Jiffy three negroes, clean
ly shaven, with hair cropped
cloae and simply reeking with
hair tonic were landed in jail.
May Arrange Race
Princeton, N. .1., Feb. 4. A race
'toetween the crew of the Princeton
and the University of California Is
wonsidercd likely although no .1.
finite arrangements have been
made, Arnold Wood, undergradu--iate
manager of the Tiger crew said
About tun weeks ago the Prince
ton auttorltles received a letler
'.from Franklin H. Morse, former
"Tiger football player, who is now
m. San Francisco sport writer, ask
ing ir Princeton would consider a
Reply was made that arrange
ments might he made if California
seat Washington and if the gradu
ate board of control here was will
ing. This board has not passed up
on the regular schedule.
In the last (fame V-fmf lb 6
KcarcatB leave for an extend d tour
they will clanh with the f ist Mult
nomah A. A. C (juintet of 'oUlaml
tomorrow night in thin city at the
irmory in what 1h promised to be
one of the beHt jjamos of thr .
on. I3oth of the teamH an coni-
poBert or veteran men, having rep-
Hentted their respective InatltU-
tiotiH in previous years. Th ? f'oit
lnnd team is composed of nMtl who
performed on college ujui and
arc considered to be a clever, heady
Since the Oregon games, which
the locals dropped by narrow mar
gins, the Bearcats have devoted
considerable time at ;! testing
their offensive and basket shooting.
This latter department at ba.-kct
shooting wus lamentably weak in
the two Oregongames, and It is be
lieved that a reversal of form Will
be displayed in the com -si tomor
row night. It Is Haiti that addition
al features to the clever pAMltlg of
the KearcatH will also be disclosed
to the Salem fans for the first time
tomorrow night against the i'ast
Although Coach Mathews was
reticent about the game far tomor
row night, he intimated that his
cohorts would perform in their
One hundred and twenty five
girls will find a new home while
pursuing their educational course
at Willamette University after the
opening of the stately Lausanne
hall this afternoon.
Waller hall, which was ravaged
and torn by fire a short time ago.
will be reopened, and out of It has
been made one of the best college
buildings in the northwest. The
first floor is occupied by the chap
el, equipped with 400 seats. The
university library now occupies
the entire second floor, where with
15 study tables conference rooms
and stock rooms the student is giv
en the best of library privileges.
The third floor has two society
halls, fitted up for the best of social
entertainments the college affords.
A group of young men will es
cort visitors around the university
while the young ladies will he hos
tesses at the new Lausanne building.
London, Feb. 4. Big whis
key shipments to the United
States, In which prominent Eng
lish public men are involved,
and London Is complaining of a
"spirit shortage." The Evening
Standard quotes a leading dis
tiller as saying: "The United
States importation still goes on
briskly. Permits are given to
certain merchants to Import
whiskey for medical purposes."
The London newspaper makes
all sorts of Jibes at the term
"for medical purposes, only."
Lady Wins Hog
ing. 'ihe harder he wr.gsteU the
tighter he stuck. The sentry to
tal detection, gave the alarm- The
wilting prisoners pulled Wei a out
of the hole, but officer. ""
ed the means used and now this
exit to freedom is definitely closed.
usual form which he
would be crowned with
earned victory over th(
The lineup of the teams
etle -Wapato and flilli-
wards; Jackson, center; Itarcy and
Olmlek, guards. Multnomah O.
Clerin, Morton and Sharp, for
wards; X. Clerin, (.-enter; l-'owl- r,
Toomey and Irve Cole, guard.).
s Brother Died
Over 125 Years Ago
Brussels. Feb. 4 When a man,
-ed 83, a). plied to the court for
mllef the magistrate asked him
rbcther he hail no friends or re-
Ions who could hi lp him. The
man laid he had none, for his
iy brother died 125 years ago.
After the usual warning Hint the
urt was not In be turned into a
ater, the old .man explained
gSt his father was married In
.792 and hail a sun who died thin
irs later. The falher married a
ond time In 1 83G. at the ane of
and the applicant was hern
Used by Chemist
to Kill Himself
London, Kelt. 4.- Having spent
tlx1 last remains of his fortune and
; being too proud to beg, a Russian
chemist and botanist committed
suicide at tleneva in a dramatic
atid seientttle manner.
Hi- was Cnustantlne de Mere-
sehewsky and was formerly a pro
fessor at I'etrograil university.
When the bolsheviks took Control
of Kussla he was driven Into ex
ile and with the little ho had saved
went to Gtoneva,
Finding his money all expended
he decided to die and mixed a
chemical Composition In a recepta
cle to which he attached a tube.
To the Other end of Ihe tube he
fastened a mask anil binding hlm-
seir to his lied so that if he mIi-ukV
gled he would nut release him
self, he turned on the lap of the
On breaking Into the room
where he had died, the doctors
and firemen who entered, narrow
ly escaped being gassed by Ihe
fumes, and men In smoke helmets
had tn he called to dismantle the
The new building was mace pos
sible by popular subs -rlption. Th
following people are those who
Subscribed Sine- May 1.
I. H. Albert, Sr., 120.00; W. G.
Allen, 100; Jos. H. Albert, 100;
Mrs. E. McN'ary Albert 00; Charles
K. Archerd Implerient company.
26; C. 1'. Bishop, '..Oil; K. T. Bar
nard, U; Dr. Benjamin Biatch
(ord, BO: Henry I Benson, 100;
R. P, Boise and wlf.;, city lo: ; ETwyti
Bolln, 40; K. S. Baiton (Salem El
ectric company) 20 1; W. H. Burg
hardt, Jr., J00; rtank E. Brot
260; H. (i. Honest -ele, 50; Brey
man II. irs, Walnut sideboard;
Cherry City Baking cojnpany, 200;
B. Cunningham, 2St; Central Phar
tnncy, 50; Capital J iurnal fO. Put
nam) 200; C. A. Clerk. 500; It. 11.
Cooley, Salem Woo en .Mills Stors,
50; B. S. Carrier, f 00 ; H. .1. Cle
ments, m. i). ioo; Prank Davey,
30; W. P. Drager, 25 W. H. Darby,
20; S. M. Endicott. .'0; Sidney B.
Elliott, 50; Llde Feke, tl ; Fit's
Fish Market 10; T. K. Ford, 25;
M. C. Flndley, H, D., 500; Dan J.
Fry, 00; E. K. Fisher, M. D. 1000.
Oray Belle It; Ounntll & Robb,
100; May Chapler Qlle 200; A. B.
Gardner. 1$$; Gleason Glove com
pany, 40; Ronald Glover, 20; W.
H. Grabenhorst & Co., 00; P. M.
Gregory, 20; Geo. Halvorsen 100;
.1. F. Hutehason, 100; Sam Hughes,
ioo; Hartman Bros., ioo; Hauscr
Bros.. 100; Geo. G. Hancock. 10;
Hon. W. C. llawley, 500: Aug.
Huokateln, $20; .Mr. and .Mrs. W. T.
Jenks, 200; Chas. A. Johns, 100;
i. B. Jarman, B0; M. l. Jones,
1000; Ralph H. Jones, 00; Ka
founry Kris., 200; S. P. Kimball.
100; T. B. Kay. ,100; Ladd - Bush
200(1; Geo. A. Landon and Kate E.
Landon, 10; .1. R. Landon. 10; F.
A. Legg, 200; heboid Bros., 01);
A. A. Lee, 200; B. W. Macy, 10;
Miller Mercantile company, ;100:
Henry K. .Morris. 00; A. N. .Moores
00; II. C. Miles, 150; Ivan G. Mar
tin. 00; Jno, .1. Mickey. 100; Dr.
W. 11. Morse, parlor furniture. F.
G. Myers, (The Spa) 100; Ywn.
N'clmeyer 20; Nelson Bros., 100;
M. .1. Olson, 10: l)r. C. B. O'Nell,
M. !., 20; Oregon Theatre, Ofl; Ot
to K, Paultta, 20; Feins Pollock,
0; Helen Pearce, 0(1; O. E. Price,
200; J. F. Plank, 0; Susan A. Rey
nolds, 5; Royal Cafeteria, 25; 8. .1.
Riggs, 00; C. M. Roberts, 40; Lloyd
Rigdon, 100; W. T. Rigdon, 100;
John J. Roberts, 250: Rodgers Pa
per company, 200; Roth Grocery
company, 200; W. I. Staley, 30: U. !
G. Shipley, 200; D. U. Socolofsky, I
100; E. R. Schram, 20; Schindler
Bros iFairmount Dairy) 100; E. J.
Swafford, 50; G. Stolz, 50 and pia
no; Gideon Stolz company, 50;
Homer Smith, 50; Salem Tile and
Mercantile company, 250; O. J.
Schel, 100; Frederick W. Schmidt,
100; Salem Abstract company, 100;
H. L. Stiff Furniture company 250
and lamp; Salem Water, Light and
Power company, 1000; Statesman
Publishing company, 200; Chas. K.
Spaulding Logging company 1000;
Mrs. Josephine Tooker, 20; G. E.
Unruh, 75; VIck Bros, 250; Valley
Motor company, 100; D. A. White
& sons, 100; F, L. Wilkinson, 150;
Geo. C. Will, 00; C. B. Webb (Webb
ti Clough) 200; A. T. Wain, 125
pounds prunes; M. C. Waterbury,
0; Waller Hall Workmen, 120.50;
B, N. Welter, guest room furni
Subscribed Before May 20 1920.
Paul li. Wallace, O00; Mrs. A. N.
Bush, 000; C. P. Bishop, 500; B. L.
Steeves, 1000; B. E. Carrier, 000;
K. T. Barnea, 200; J. O. Goltra.
1000; Welter Bros.. 100; M. C. Find
ley 1000; Lloyd Reynolds, 500; C.
( I . Don. y. 000.
at Nightly Meets
With the passing of each night
of the revival servioel being held at
the Nazarine chinch, l'Jtn and
.Marion streets, the crowds are be
coming Increasingly larger, and be
fore Rev. Frank Smith, evangelist,
closes his meetings here at the end
of next week, it is believed the
church win be Inadequate to cope
with the crowds, it was si i ted to
day. A very forceful speaker. Rev.
Mr. Smith has in his Immediate
family excellent musicians who as
sist him at the services, it is fcuid.
Southern melodies are featured.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the meetings, Rev. A. Wells,
pastor of the church, said this
Chief Wonder Lady, owned by
W. L Sheard of Dayton, Or., was
the senior and grand champion of
Duroc day, held in the fair grounds
by members of Oregon Duroc Jer
sey breeders association yesterday.
Beauty Wonder Sensation was
awarded the junior championship
and was consigned by the Rich
ards Livestock company, Virginia,
Idaho, and later sold to Tyler
Brothers for $135.
Charles M. Talmadge, who has
Judged many of the leading stock
shows in the northwest, piaceu
the hogs in their order according
to merit, after they had been di
vided by T. A. Rhoten, manager
of the sale, into seven classes ac
cording to ages. The first prize
nd..i,r nf the older classes were,
then displayed, and the winder
was declared the senior champion.
After the winner of the younger
classes was chosen, in like man
ner, the two hogs were pitted
against each other and the best
one was declared the grand cham
pion. No greater number than two
hogs were accepted from any one
breeder and the first consignments
were confined to Oregon breed
ers, however at this sale, there
were present hogs from Idaho and
The heaviest buying was done
by Mr. Roycrof of Knseourg, wno
purchased four "f the best. Jonn
H. Scntt purchased a number of
sows lor nis ration, "
eers were Col. Ben T. Sudtell, Al
bany, and Col. Ben K. sauer ee oi
College ciios Games,
Boston, Feb. 4. Arrangements
hnve been made for the Dartmouth
Chess club lo play the Yale team a
two-board match by correspond
ence, each team mailing its oppo
nent the mine decided upon.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Easy to Keep
. i.l,,,h there tui-S been receni
reports of prunes not keeping well
.., ,h:,t This dois not aPPll
' Ar- careful and
O glUUfin '. "
dried their prunes thoroughly
A recent inspection of prunes
stored in bins by the Oregon Grow
ers Co-operative association sour
ed that its prunes are keeping in
..i,....., an will keen in good
This is thought to be due to th
th.. nesneiation Kl I 'I IW
HkM man mil during the drying
u in inaneetian work, co-oper
ating with growers and insisting on.
thorough drying anu carviui
ing. . ,
It is thought that independent
growers whose prunes were care
fully dried and properly sorted may
feel confident their prunes will
keep and that there is no necessity
of dumping them on the market at
the time when prunes are proDaoi)
at the lowest price they will be this
R. C. Paulus. salts manager of
he Oregon Growers Co-operative
association, arrived in New York
City Tuesday of this week, ine
folowlng day he wired the Salem
office that through his personal ei-
forts, three carloads of Mistlnnd
prunes were sold as a result of his
first day's work.
Prune Prices in
San Francisco, Feb. 4. Prices of
prunes awaiting a market In the
Santa Clara valley have been re
duced one half, It was announced
here by Arthur C. Oppenhemier,
vice-president of Rosenberg Bros.,
one of the principal independent
buvers. The decline was denied by
the Associated Prune and Apricot
Growers of California In n. report
from its headquarters in San Jose.
There has oeeu uu i."i- - .
this report said.
The average price before the re
ported decline was wa.-. 4,
Boxer Stalls, suspended.
,,1,.. ,,,,W i' Wis.. Feb. 4. ChOI
ley White, Chicago boxer, was sus-
pended for six months J.y the state
boxing commission for alleged
stalling in a recent bout at K011-.
osha. it was announced yesterday.
A no titer Super
miiBWAl, WANT ADS PAV I
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Bush & Lane, Talks
I would like to wh- my friends and others Interested, in Pianos
at my stoic by appointment sometime in die next Ion days, while
.Mr. ,i. p. Da mail, factory representative of tha Busli i-mo
I'Ijiimi Co., is here. You will appreciate the talks on sign lips,
oonstrueting ami tlx- superior tone ami action of the Bush Lane
Pianos. Your old piano taken in exchange ami satisfactory terms
arranged on the batance. Open evenings by appointment.
W. M. CHERRIKOTOBT, 115 Court Street.
Hole and Prevents
Big Jail Break
Camp Sherman. Ohio, Feb. 4.
It was only the sheer girth of Or-
vllle Wells, fattest of military pris
oners, that prevented a wholesale
escape ot prisoners nere reeemiy.
military authorities have announc
ed, after an investigation covering
the escape of four prisoners.
Wells' act, however, will win
him neither a medal nor a pardon,
for his assistance was wholly in
voluntary. According to the story
told, three prisoners planned the
jail delivery, hut at least seven ami
possibly many more were to bene
A 'hole was made in the second
floor of the building used as the
jail by removing a tin floor jacket
from around a furnace pipe. Pris
oners, according to the plan, were
to crawl through this hole to the
kitchen below, then out of a win
dow and under the wire fence
around the prison.
Expedition was necessary be
cause of the expected advent of
Inspectors. The aid of a prison sen
try was enlisted, authorities say,
and this sentry, a boyhood friend
of one of the leaders, was to per
mit the prisoners to pass under the
Everything moved like clock
work. The leaders left first and
lots were drawn as to which should
follow, Wells drew fifth placi .
With his 49-inch girth he stuck in
thg hole, completely barring es
cape of the waiting prisoners,
Curses and prayers availed noth-
Saturday 1 "
SpeciafX 1 iy'
These fine grade durable all silk Umbrellas in navy,
green, red, black and other colors, formerly sold for
$10.00 and $11.00. For Friday and Saturday
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & CO.
Court and Com'l Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
TODAY and TOMORROW
THE CHALLENGE OF THE LAW
A Mighty Story of the Northwest With the Royal
I, ast Days Uncle Tom's Caboose
"Manhattan Trio" A Comedy Knockout
3 Clever Singers
"Held lly The Enemy"
Wanda Hawley and
Where (ho big shows play
Saturday, Feb. 5th
1:00 P. M
1245 Nebraska Ave.
Corner North Capitol St.
Hole base rane nearly new: heater block and pipe: linoleum,
llxie feet; congoleuiti rug. SxlO; 3 beds, sprmss mattresses: oak
extension table; diners; oak rockers; electric light globes: drop
2M """'" machine: kitchen cabinet. Bcreened cupboard,
launge, kitchen tables: nctee; stand tables: S new grass rugs: 3
smw flosa mattresses: I new cotton felt mattresses; gas range:
fcbme-cann.-.l trull; pictures; buffet; combination bookcase and
Writing desk: tools of all kinds; grindstone; porch roacker; baby
twjggy: vacuum sweeper: oil stuve; washing machine: churn: S
Id-egg incul.au. is :. in Time TKK.NIS CASH.
Better Material More Ex
Styles You Find All
These in the New Plaid
Skirts of the Coming Sea
son. They feature box
pleated, accordian pleated
and inverted pleated styles.
Never omitting straight
hanging skirts that are so
attractive and that many
There Is No Doubt About It
Even though your dressing allowance be limited, you
can afford one of these lovely skirts and it will add
tenfold to your wardrobe.
$12.48 to $18.50
I. (k u.
There is more difference between VIM Flour
and ordinary flour than any other two items that
look alike that we know of. VIM is Guaranteed
Better than any Flour on this market regardless
Easy to order too Call 186 or 198
Albany Store West First Street, Phone 77
Retail and Wholesale Distributors
Salem Albany Woodburn
247 N. Commwciji;
Best Cane Sugai
45c Silver King CoffJ
every pound ggJ
price, per lb.
4 pounds .Mi
Lnsco, J i2 lbs. jjjh
Crisco, 3 pounds... 8J
Crisco, 6 pounds ?1.2
5 cans good
5 cans 20c grade
Sugar Peas ..
5 cans 20c grade
Arm & Hammer
oocia. l piig oi
Gem Nut Marga
rine, per lb.
Butter, pound 11
5 bars Ivory
20 lbs. Best Navy
2 cans 20c Pork
p. r.,.,n 'id
45c Royal Club
Three Busy Sim
MRS. M. EAST
1245 Nebraska Ave.
F. N. WOODRY
Phone 510 or 511