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I WOMAN CANDIDATE FOR SUPREME BENCH.)
JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
Dayton, Ohio, Julf 1. (Br As
joclatod Press.) An $10,000,000
consolidation of manufacturer! of
automobile, truck and auto
part with factories In teren
tataa, hat beta completed here
under the name of Associated Mo
tor Industries. Will I. Ofamer bt
Dayton la chairman of the board
The merger Includes seven auto
mobile and truck factories. In ad
dltion to motor, body, gear. Igni
tion and other part makers. Of
fices will be here.
Full speed production will be
started within a few days In all
plants, it was announced. A num
ber of other manufacturers of ears
tire being considered In the con
solidation and some additions may
be announced soon. It was said.
Besides the manufacturing plants
involved, five assembling plants
will be operated, located at In
dianapolis, Boston, Louisville,
Oakland, Cal., and St. Louis, Mo.
All plants In the merger are
owned outright by the consolida
tion, the titles being turned over
In tee simple to the corporation.
Including the assembly units, 14
plants are lnvovled. The manu
facturing plants are:
National Motor Car ft Vehicle
corporation, Indianapolis; Covert
Gear company, Lockport, N. Y.,
transmission and clutch makers;
llecording & Computing Machines
company, Dayton, Ohio, Ignition,
magneto, starter, battery and gen
erator manufacturers; Jackson
Motor corporation, Jackson,
Mich.; Kentucky . Wagon Manu
facturing company, Louisville;
Saginaw Sheet Metal Works, Sagi
naw, Mich; Traffic Motor Truck
corporation, St. Louis; Murray-
Trcgurtha corporation, Boston
manufacturers' of gasoline en
gines, and H. F. Holbrook com
pany of New York, manufacturers
of automobile bodies.
The official announcement said
a 135,000,000 dealers financing
fund will be available during the
next year and that more than 20,-
000 skilled mechanics will be em
Washington, July 1. The Palo
Blanco camp of Pena-Mtilcan
Fuel company sear Tuxtan, Mexl
co, has been raided by Mexican
bandit and the property Is held
for 10.000 pesos ransom, accord
lnar to s message from Consul
Shaw at Tamplco to the state de
partment sent late yesterday. The
payment was demanded by July
but no details of the raid were
available, the message added.
The Penn-Mexlcan Fuel com
pany is an American concern. Th
message did not say whether any
Americans had been held by the
Washington. The president
signed the army appropriation
bill carrying $271,000,000 and
providing for an enlisted person
nel of 125,000 men and 12,000 of
Orlando, Fla.MJ. H. Wendler
publisher of the Florida Post at
Winter Park, was taken from hit
home last night by a band of un
masked men, flogged, tarred and
feathered and advised to leave
within a week. -
Washington. The house ad
Journed until August 15 to give
members an opportunity to re
turn bom to look after their cam
paigns while the senate still i:
working on the tariff.
THREE SHIPPING BOARD
MEMBERS WILL VISIT
Famous Screen Bad Men
Together in "Wild Honey"
For nine years Wallace and
Noah Beery, brothers and screen
villtulus, have wall ted to work to
gether. They have tried time and
time again to get engagements at
the same studio at the same time,
even if not in the same picture.
They really have never expected
to get la the same picture, for
what play could stand the strain
of two villains?
But "Wild Honey," the Priscill
Dean feature to be seen at the
Oregon theater next Tuesday an
Wednesday did stand It. Th
orotners-ln-crlme have the roles
that put the darker shadings Into
the story; Noah as a rough-hewn
upstart In English society, Wal
lace as a fiendish stage driver and
thug In the Transvaal.
Allliough In the same produc
lion at tne same studio, working
wun the same director and star
the Bcerys did not get to work to
gether, even ufter watting nine
jrears. Noah's characterixatiou was
nt!rely in the first episodes and
Wallaces In the lust, the former
finishing before Walluce began
inis personal angle on their
jrformuneea didn't prevent their
giving excellent portrayals, how
ever. Every one knows the Beery
orotuera and what they can do.
iney are glauts In screen villainy
and "Wild Honey" ought to be
worth seeing on their account
Portland, Ore., July 1 George
E. Chamberlain, Meyer Lissner and
Admiral Benson of the United
States shipping board will arrive
In Portland next Friday night and
will remain In this vicinity for a
week, making investigations and
holding hearings relative to ship
ping conditions, according to word
received' by the Portland chamber
Hearings will be held Monday
and Tuesday at the Portland
chamber of commerco.
An ambulance costing $2001
and holding four stretchers ha:
been ordered for use by the city o:
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Judge Florence K. Allen, of Cleveland, O., haa announced her
candidacy for the nomination for the Supreme Court of Ohio. Judge
Allen, who was the first woman to be elected to the Common Pleas
Court In Ohio, is also the first woman candidate for the Supreme
JAPAN APPROVES ALL
Tokio, July 1. (By Associated
Press.) Approval by the privy
council of all the treaties adopted
by the powers at the Washington
ns conference today had left
the prince regents signature the
jnly formality remaining to place
Japan's final seal upon the decls
ions aimed at world peace.
The regent is expected to sign
the treaties before his departure
on July 6 for Hokkaido.
Secretary Taketoml of the for
eign office, will take the treaties
to Washington as soon as they are
iigned. There ratifications will be
AT SPOKANE IS DRAW
Fair Weather Forecast
Washington, July 1. Weather
utlook for the week beginning
Monday: Pacific States Gener-
lly fair and normal temperature.
Spokane, Wash., July 1 Claim
ants to the world's middleweight
wrestling championship were nu
merous as ever today as the re
sult of a declared draw in the
match betwen Ted Thye of Port
land and Johnny Myers of Chi
cago here last night.
Walter Miller of Los Angeles
was to have been challenged by
the winner of the Thye-Meyers
bout, but Just what the next move
will be had not been decided here
BROWNS LEAD BY
Chicago, July 1. (By Associ
ated Press.) The St. Louis
Browns who are on one of their
most spectacular batting ram
pages, are leading the Yankees to
day by three full games as a re
sult of their rlctory oyer Cleve
land in the fourth contest of the
series, 10 to 3.
Philadelphia and Boston con
tinued their "In and out", game
around last place, the Athletics
dropping to the cellar again as a
result of losing to the Red Sox 4
Olson's two fumbles in the sixth
inning helped Boston to win an
unusual game from Brooklyn, 8 to
2: Neither Cadore nor Fillingim,
the opposing twirlers, Issued a
pass or registered a strikeout.
Cincinnati broke out into a rash
of home runs and double plays,
four circuit clouts enabling the
Reds to hang up a 9 to 5 victory,!
while the fielding features check
ed the Cubs when they threatened
Earl Smith's homer was the de
ciding factor In the Giants' de
feat of Philadelphia, 6 to 4, while
Sherdel blanked Pittsburgh 6 to
0, giving the St. Louis Cardinals
their second straight over the
COOS AND CURRY
OOP ROAD OPEN
TO TOURISTS NOW
STATION LOOKS LIKE
Opening' of the southwestern
Oregon road loop to tourists from
the Willamette Valley and other
Oregon points for the first time is
announced in a letter received by
The Capital Journal from B. K.
Lawson, of the Macleay Estate
company of wedderburn, at tne
mouth of Rogue river.
Mr. Lawson says that the en
tire loop road by way of Roseburg,
Myrtle Point, Coquille, Bandon,
Port Orford, Wedderburn, Gold
Beach, Brookings, Crescent City
and thence south through the
California coast counties, or back
to the Pacific highway at Grants
Pass via Monument Is now open
and in very passable shape.
The opening of this loop road
through the southwestern part of
the state offers to tourists who
are seeking new fields to explore
a scenic wonder trip that is un
surpassed on the Pacific Coast,
the home of scenic wonders.
Southern Coos and Curry coun
ties are perhaps as little known
to the average Oregon motorist as
any part of the state, and the
opening of the loop road provides a
new field for vacationists to con
quer. The trip takes the motorist
thru mountains clad in virgin
timber, fertile picturesque valleys
and along some of the most beau
tiful stretches of beach on the
Oregon coast. It taps the greatest
town which sprang into being al
most over night, and a score of
other interesting spots.
ALLEGED DRUNK ARRESTED
A man who gave his name as
W. M. Fitzgerald was arrested
yesterday afternoon in Marion
square by Chief of Police Moftltt
and Patrolman Thompson and was
charged with being intoxicated.
.Fitzgerald was released under
bail of $25 and was cited, to ap
pear before Police Judge Earl
Race this afternoon.
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922.
HATCH FINED $25; 2
nnirnp inr rn nr
uiiiluo miL iu DC Uf
Harold Hatch, one of a trio that
was taken into custody her,
Thursday night on a charge of b.
Ing drunk and disorderly, paid
fine of $25 when he pleaded gull
ty before Police Judge Earl Rtl
J. H. Jones and K. S. Ednr v.
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other two men, will be arraigned
later. They were arrested bj
Chief of Police Moffltt and Patrol-
man George white.
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John Elder sustained severe
burns about the face and arms
while manipulating a high volt
age switch at the Dee plant of the
Oregon Lumber company.
The Roseburg-Coos Bay high
way is closed to through traffic
for a tew days while a large slide
near Sheep Camp is being removed.
What is thi
house?" Chief of Police Moffitt! fishing and hunting area on the
Inquired as he entered the police ' coast.
station this morning. Among the points of Interest to
Over In one corner were a couple! be visited by people making the
of bicycles. In another corner . Iood trio are Bandon-by-the-Sea,
was a crate of bananas. Behind the seaport town at the mouth of
the bars was a lonesome pup that the Coquille river which boasts of
howled incessantly for the master "the most beautiful beach in the
who didn 't come to claim him. world," and is the shippplng point
In other parts of the police sta- for an extensive dairying and
tlon were other articles yet un- lumbering territory: Lakeport, the
called for. i "deserted villaee" on Floras Lake.
The bananas were taken to the 18 miles south of Bandon: Cape
station by Percy Blundell, of Blanco, the most westerly point on
south 12th street, who found j he mainland of the United States:
them on the road near Aumsville, Port Orford. pioneer settlement on
and the dog was turned over to a landlocked ocean harbor, that Is
the desk sergeant by R. J. Smith, j famous for its agate beach; Gold
594 north Liberty The wheels Beach and Wedderburn, twin
were found abandoned on the! towns at the mouth of Rogue
Travelers' Checks, as Issued by the American Bankers
Association, are accepted in all parts of the world, by
stores, hotels, garags, and ticket offices.
They thus make the people who carry them in
dependent of banking hours, and provide them with
money for all expenses. Experienced travelers take them
on both long and Bhort trips.
Procure them at this ban in denominations of $10
streets by Patrolman Victor.
River; Brookings, the lumber
What's New en trie Market
By REX STEWART
mm varieties are becoming
more numerous every day as the
summer advances and the condi
tion of every vegetable and berry
is becoming better.
Blackcap raspberries appeared
on the market this morning at two
boxes for a quarter. Watermelons
have dropped to five cents a
pound. Cherries are selling three
pounds for 25 cents.
New white potatoes have drop
ped slightly In price and are now
svlllng fr S cents a pound.
Eggs have had no change this
week, except a slight rise, ship
pers offered a cent more for clean
white eggs than regular case run.
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grand RIVERSIDE PARK
m west 5aiem, in. ot k. k. Bridge
Sunday, July 2 c
BIG BATHING BEACH,
CLEAN PLAY GROUNDS,
COOL SHADY GROVE,
IDEAL PICNIC SPOT
AUTO CAMP GROUNDS
Bring the children we teach them to swim
Instructors and Guards
Now Playing to Satisfied Hundreds
And Pronounced the Greatest Educational Picture
Ever Shown in Salem
4 SHOWS TODAY 4
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THOMAS MEIGHAN n BETTY COM PSON
"THE MIRACLE MAN "
Summer Prices 25c
"MAN IX) MAN"
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High at Trade St.
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During the first six months of
this year, the Paige -Detroit
Motor Car Company manu
factured and sold fifty per cent
more automobiles than were
produced during the entire
year of 1921.
There could be no more sub
stantial tribute to the worth
and outstanding value of the
Paige and the Jewett. Such a
sales record proves conclu
sively that these two great
motor cars have been ac
cepted as leaders in their
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