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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1922)
MONDAY, JULY 3,
STATE BANK PLAN
LEAGUE IN FALL
Silverton, Or., July 8. About
oO members of the son-partisan
league held their convention in
the Silverton park Saturday morn
lug and afternoon. The business
essslon, held shortly after lunch
resulted In referring the matter oi
a state ticket over until a next
meeting, to be held; in all prob
eliiilty at Silverton, next August.
ti, King, route 2, Clackamas
chairman of the executive com
A spirited debate followed the
session on the question, "Resolved
iiim the adoptiou of the single tax
amendment now before the people
offers a better and surer solution
of the economic problems of Ore
gon than does the non-partisan
league's tentative program and
tactics." J. R. Herman of Port
land debated the affirmative. H,
II. Stwlard, state manager of the
non-partisan league, argued the
inor DIIDPI A DICC
Burglars are still active In Sa
lem and two more robberies were
reported to the police last night.
' An $35 camera and a leather
wallet were Bolen from the home
of Dr. and Mrs. JJIed H. Thomp
son, 351 North Summer street.
Entrance was gained through a
At the home of R. A. Witzell
415 North Cottage, a purse con
taining some cash, an agate and a
watch were taken. Patrolmen
White and Branson investigated
but found no clew.
Many burglaries have been re
ported to the police during the
last few days. In several instances
homes were entered while families
were out of the city.
ALLEGED PERVERT TO BE
l mmm mt today
-. Frank Dandoy said by the po
lice to be an ex-convict, will bt
arraigned in the Salem justict
court this afternoon on a charge
Of contributing to the delinquency
of minor children.
j Dandoy was .arrested by Chief
Of Police Moffitt Saturday night.
ELLIS EMPLOYED AGAIN
! AS SALEM IMtlC MAN
- Chief of Police Moffitt an
. nounced this afternoon that Clyde
Ells, former dav desk sergeant at
the police station, has been em
ployed aa night motorcycle pa
trolman. Ellis will succeed Pa
trolman Traglio who has tendered
Sergeant Ellis Berved on the
desk here for about one year but
tendered his resignation several
months ago. He is a student in
the Willamette university school
MAN WITH SINGLE HAND
I BECOMES BALL PLAYER
-i Worchester, Mass., July 3.
Jpespite the fact that his left
hand is missing, Anthony Le
'Clair will not let the loss stand
In the way of his ambition to
make the clerks' baseball team
in the Millbury Industrial league,
s Le Clair lost his hand in an
accident In a felt mill, but, never
theless, is an aspirant for pitcher
or outfielder on the team. When !
he stops a grounder he tucks the j
ball under his arm, pulls his glove
oft with his teeth and shoots the
ball to the base. He bats well,
most of his .hits being singles
Over the infield.
LOW LEVEL PRICES
Come Let Us Scientifically
FIT YOUR FEET
PATH OF BLAZE
Baltimore, Md., July 3. The
fire which swept the Locust Point
river front of the Baltimore &
Ohio railroad last night caused
damage estimated by the company
at $4,804,9(10 and seriously
threatened the public "health serv
ice hospital at Fort McHenry.
Two elevators, containing
1,274,099 bushels of grain, two
warehouses and piers loaded with
merchandise, a power house, dry
ing, shed, barges and other struc
tures, crumbled within a furnace
that stretched along the water
front over an era of six city
blocks. Two firemen were- severe
ly Injured by fallng debris.
When it was seen that Fort Mc
Henry hospital was In danger, the
400 disabled veterans of the world
war there were evacuated as fast
as army and police ambulance
could remove them. They were
taken to a public school nearby,
Half a dozen ships were tied up
at the piers. All were removed in
safety but at considerable risk to
FACES JURY HERE
Howard Smith of Portland said
to be a former Inmate of the state
training school for boys wa3 thiB
morning bound over to the Marion
county grand Jury by Judge G. E.
Unruh when Smith pleaded guilty
to a charge of burglary.
Smith, who is 19 years old, ad
mitted to officers he broke into
the John Spong boathouse here.
He said he took 77 cents and some
Smith was picked up on the
streets by Police Sergeant Birt
chet yesterday. Shortly after he
had been taken into custody Mr.
Spong reported the robbery.
PIERGE IS SPEAKER
AT FARMERS' PICNIC
An all-day county farm bureau
picnic, under the auspices of the
McMinnville zone, was held Sat
urday at the Webfoot grove. State
President Mansfield gave an ad
dress. Among the other speakers
were Walter E. Pierce and Arthur
McPhillips, president of the Uni
ted States bank of McMinnville.
Mr. McPhillips talked on tile
drainage. He is said to have 10
miles of tiling on his farm near
the county seat town.
An old-fashioned basket dinner
was served at noon.
SUNDAY BASEBALL SCORES
Boston 6-3; Brooklyn 8-6.
Pittsburgh 1; Chicago 5.
St. Louis 8-2; Cincinnati 3-1.
Philadelphia - New York not
Philadelphia 4; New York 9.
Detroit 12; Chicago 6.
Boston 2; Washington 1.
Cleveland 5; St. Louis 9.
- Sacramento 2-1; Oakland 3-5.
Salt Lake 2-10; Vernon 14-3.
Los Angeles 7-5; Portland 5-8.
San. Francisco 2-21; Seattle
Federal bank examiners say
that business is on the up-grade.
This probably accounts for some
of the steep prices. . "
The Velvet Touch
For the Skin
Sop,0!ntment,Taleam,25e. everywhere. Forwmplee
ddreu: Onttc&raLftbomorlM.Dept.X, Maiden. Mail.
Showing at the
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
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Fpank, Mayo ,"ovr
What's New cn the Market
By REX STEWART
Housewives who. wish to can
raspberries, black or red, this sea
son, must act quickly. The ex
treme dry weather will allow the
season to last only a few days, so
that to obtain the best purchases
must be made at once. The gen
eral retail price is around $2.90 a
Fancy packed cherries for ship
ping to eastern friends can now
be obtained in 10-pound boxes for
$1.75 a box. The hot weather,
which has affected many crops In
numerous ways, has made the
cherries particularly good for
shipping this season.
Early California plums appear
ed this morning for the first time
and are Belling for 20 cents a
pound. They are not generally
distributed, and the demand is un
certain. MORE CHERRIES SOUGHT
BY CALIFORNIA BUYER
One thousand additional tons of
cherries are required by the Lyons
Glace Fruit company of San Fran-
cosco to complete teelr orders
which have already run up 800,
000 pounds, according to A. R.
Raas, buyer for the concern this
Mr. Raas has continued his bar
relling operations in the old Ma-
son-Ehrman warehouse and has
already handled 400 tons. He Is
paying the highest market price.
A London dispatch says peace
is In sight in Ireland,. We thought
there were more, Irishmen left
it wassit this office!
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able records and come near to putting you
out of business?
You can answer "NO I" if you invest now in a
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derwriters' "B" Label Safe to be made with dry
Ask us to show you this safe and to explain the
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Commercial Book Store
163 North Commercial Street
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
ofre sifwr war
WILL BE BUILT,
SAYS RAIL HEAD
Portland, Or., July 3. "The ex
ecutive committee of the board of
directors of the Southern Pacific
company authorizes me to say
that the Natron cut-off will be
complete immediately after our
right to hold the Central Pacific
shall have been finally establish
ed by the interstate commerce
commission. Double-tracking and
many other facilities required for
the public service have been halt
ed by government attacks upon
In this unequivocal language
Julius Knuttschnitt, chairman of
the board of directors of the
Southern Pacific company, gave a
pledge to the people of Oregon
yesterday In at telegram from his
home at New Cannan, Conn., to
You see, congress has done so
nobly that the country has decid
ed that It needs some of them at
home for a spell.
All the tambourine - playing
spooks are doubtless from Heaven.
The other kind would play a sax
ophone. We fear the worst when the
people of Georgia discover that
Texas has beaten their lynching
The sea, the sea, the wide open
.ALL DOLLED UP
En Route With President Hard
ing to Marion, Ohio, July 3. I.
high hopes that by evening ht
would be in his home town for tht
first time since entering the Whiti
House, President Hardlni todav
started on another lap of . his au
tomobile journey tj Marlon.
Refreshed by a night's rest at a
hotel perched on a mountain top
near here the President and Mrs.
Harding were up for an early get
away. They were anxiona to ar
rive in Marion by night, although
tne stillest mileage schedule faced
them since their departure from
Washington. ADoroximatelv 25 0
miles of the route remained to be
Jn the event the tourists are
unable to complete their trip by
night it was Baid they would stop
for the night within striking dis
tance of their destination and
complete tomorrow morning in
time for the afternoon home com
ing ceremonies in which thfi pres
ident and General Pershing and
Lflanes u. Dawes, former budget
bureau director, both traveling
with Mr. Harding, are to appear
witn other speakers.
Today's route carried the nresi-
dent through bituminous roal
fields in Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia and , Ohio, where miners
have been on strike for several
months. Since leaving Washing
ton,, Mr. Harding has made no
public comment on either the coal
strike or railroad situation.
The Republican nartv. we
have always eaid. Is the nartv of
coneervation, and here we find
ourselves on the eve of another
campaign with almost enough un
used camDaisrn Dromises lft mw
from last time to see us through.
About the easiest way to rehab
iliatate Europe, would be to en
courage tourists and let nature
take its -course.
Free transportation to and from
orchard;. truck leaves east end of
Willamtte bridge at 7 o'clock in
the morning. Pay H2 cents a
pound for picking; a y2 cent
bonus given those who stay thru
season. Phone 81F14, or 114F13.
FOR THE OUTER
New customs bring new words
and now that summer camping
and hiking and motoring have be
come the order of the day we
lump all those who enjoy these
activities under the one ' word
S Half the Success of your Vaca
tion as every, woman can tell
8 you lies in being appropriately
and becomingly garbed for the
occasion. If these togs weren't
marvelously attractive, they
wouldn't interest you. So we've
provided the smartest line on the
Khaki Knickers .-. $1.98 $3.48
Khaki Middies 1.98 2.98
Khaki Coats -- 4.98 7.48
Two Piece" Tweed Suits 14.7518.50
Three Piece Tweed Suits 17.4824.75
White Wash Skirts 98 2.98
Slipon Sweaters 2.98 4.98
Tuxedo Sweaters 4.98 7.48
Wool Sport Hose 1.48 2.98
Strap Wrist Fabric Gloves 98 1.98
Women's Outing Waists 98 2.98
Women's Bathing Suits 2.98 7.48
Bathing Caps 10 .75
Bungalow Aprons 79 1.98
'Silk Scarfs 1-98 3.48
Where It Pays to Pay As You Go
1. dL JilirlH (a.
aoL JUL JuuL
They are GOOD!
Hammaii Auto Stage
Effective May 22nd
Three Btusres Daily
Leaves Salem Stage Terminal:
No. 1, 7:30 a. m. No. 8, 10:30 a.
m. No. 6, 4:30 v. m.
Leave Mill City:
No. 6, 7 a. m. No. 2. 13:30 p. m.
No. 4, 4 p. m. No. 1 connrcrH
with east bound train at iill
City, No. 2 waits for west bound
train at Mill City.
JOS. HAMMAN. Frop.
Leaves Salem Central Ktage Ter
minal, 7:00 a. in., 11:00 a. m. 6:00
Leaves Silverton News Stand. 8:00
a. m., 1:00 p. m., 0:00 a. m.
Leaves Salem Central Stage .Ter
minal, 7:00 a. m., :oo a. m.,
11:00 a. m.. 3:00 p. rn.. 6:00 D. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth ho
tel, 8:19 a. m., 1:00 p. m.. 6:16
Leave Independence, Beaver ho
tel, 8:30 a. m 10:00 a. m.. 1:16
p. m., 4:00 p. m., 6:30 p. m.
We make connections at Salem
to all parts of the valley.
Dlxtra trips ty appointment.
J. XV. PAKKF.lt
SILVERTON MOUNT ANGEL
C. & M. Stages Schedule
South Bound Head down "
Dly. Dly. Ply.
No 6 No 3 Wo 1
PM PM AM
6:00 1:30 8:00 Portland -
8:06 3:35 10:05 Mt Angel
8:30 4:00 10:30 Silverton
Ar Af -Ai
North Bound Read Up
Dly. Dly. Dly.
No 2 No 4 No 6
AM PM PM
10:30 4:00 8:30 Portland
8:26 1:66 6:25 Mt. Angel
8:00 1:30 6:00 Silverton
Lv Lv Lv
Sunday only 8:00 pm fm Portland
StaKos leave Stage Terminal Port
land and Stelhammer's Drug store
Leav Salem Stage Terminal
T:00 am. 11:00 am. 6:10 pm.
Leave Dalian, Qall Hotel
8:80 m. 13:80 m. 6:10 p m.
FARE 6 0 CENTS
Dally and Sunday
Every day except morning
trip does not run Sunday
Round Trip 99 cent
Get a College Girl Corset Now
fo.oo now $2.75
$3.50 now $1.75
J4.00 now $2.25
Beautiful Goods and lightly
Balcony Portl'd Cloak & Suit Co
MEADOW LAWN DAIRY
Inspect our dairy. Tne state
inspector jsays 'It's one of ti...
best in the state. Investigate
the source, of your milk.
Freedom la the finest possession of any country or of
any individual the thing for which men will bleed
But no man is truly free who la in debt all the time,
or who must live a hand to mouth exlstance, never know
ing what he would do in case of sudden emergency.
Achieve your financial freedom by taking the first
thrift stepopen a United States National Savings
of stone bruise
New facts about tire rubber
ONE cut in the tread and
a whole new tire may ba
ruined I Why is the atone
bruise bo dangerous? Cannot
tires be made to resist it?
As tire distributors, we have
heard a good many motorists
sk these questions. Here's
The great weakness in ordi
nary t.res -invisible to the
naked eye comes from poor
"compounding" of the rubber
with the necessary strengthen
ing materials. If the materials
do not blend evenly, they stick
together and form "lumps."
Valley Motor Co.
264 N. High Street
-" ;'ri.n.tT Tm
For a small amount you can make everything about
your place look spic-and-span. Examine our prices.
8 Shingle stain, all colors, per
Auto Enamel, black, per quart 1.20
Other colors, per quart 1.45
Interior high grade Enamel, per gallon 4.50
Linoleum Viarnish, best grade, per quart 1.25
Floor Varnish, best grade, per quart 1.25
Outside Porch Paint, per quart 1.00
Inside Floor Paint, per quart 90
Colotint, the sanitary kalsomine, per lb 10
We also carry a stock of paint, oils, brushes and glass.
No Internal madichis will ears Krm. Only
by th application of CftANOLBNE. tha prest
dftsiroyod. IV ova thisetatmont foryourlff
at ur Miwnsf. Writ ttr tvaa t-vt trewt
"Steeps Like a Plow Boy"
"I aufferad for 20 ynars with Eczema fn Its
TTP.'T't.Xr."1!- Affeetad all orar th body.
CKANOLENhJ left ma m fins as white silk,
and I aieep like a plow b."J. UcCrmcken,
JohllDOn CltV- TerinT fWrlrtenranvtan aftur
Mono) Positively Returned If Not Satisfied
i Sold and GuamtMb kjfBnaai
J. C. PEURY, SALEM OREGON
It is these "lumps" that cause
the tire to weaken and "blow
Starting with this knowledge,
the scientists of the Thermoid
Rubber Company perfected
Crolide a rubber compound
that reduces "lumpy" forma
tions to a minimum that elim
inates premature tire troubles.
Crolide Compound is today
used exclusively in the manu
facture of Thermoid Tires.
You are invited to call and
see these tires for yourself
alBo the famous Crolide Coxa
powad Tubes. . '
gallon $ .80
237 State Street