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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1922
The women's gym classes at
Willamette - University were or
ganized yesterday morning. The
exercises are being held in the
Chresto literary halls.
Kenneth Bacon, 14. from Mon
mouth, route 1, had a major oper
ation performed at a local hospital
G. Y. Harry, of Portland, chair
man of the state mediation board,
..rrivorf In Salem last evening to
be here today on official business, whether or not Salem will have
He was registered as the guest of many idle men. Patrolmen say that
the Bligh hotel: :! 7 tloaterS" passing
"""S on tne trains.
Although a largo number of tran
sients are expected to be on the
road this fall and winter, city offi
cials today declined tn n,.j;.
Some show at the Liberty thea
tre tnnitrht. 241
Police Judge Earl Race
&ftfmnr,n fttrfnltnA 4 e .m i .
Dick Mille. a student at O. A. hail , " " "u" Tn'
C. is pending the day in Salem fiIlan of M, I ,Vn.ld. mmZ"
charged with possessing intoxicat-
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bryant,
ing liquor, failed to appear in court.
Sponane tourists, registered last Charced with ,....;
..iirht aa the euests of the Rllirli " " -.-Buieu
" " , - weapons, K. K. Deitz and L. E
Beard, .2163- north Church street
Love, the Jeweler, Salem. l were sentenced to pay fines of $5
eacn wnen tiiey were arraigned ho.
Members of the Oregon state fore JudS Earl Eace in the police
fair board will meet in Salem cuur yesteraay,
r i .. ,-. nthflii n .111 A I
oaiui w in accept i , ,
the resignation of A. H. Lea. for . "o was
- iriirninhArt a haj k .u -: . t
the past seven years secretary of L ;i,f T j '
the board. No successor will h , ' j-.io.u'y given em
chosen until the annual election r ' "" "7 - cannery.
in janua.,, , . Three thousand rtnllnr. i,
I J .1 u i f 1. I." .... 1 1- T i -
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pinkcrton, ' ""SS. mis city
of Dallas, were in Salem vesterdav " ."r 'V"" uweiung at Z8a
visitina. Mr. Pinkerton is a lumber "T-n- accordine to
nlMn.au. They returned to Dallas nb"1,d'nf P"mitJ iss"cd hinl
h nutnmnliiln lnt n rrht .-r- IUCI jr uurepn.
1 Coins, calluses, ingrown nails
removed. Dr. Hiner, room 3, Pat-
ton building. 245
Miss Willa Huckestein. 941
North Capitol street, daughter of
August Huckestein, former post
master, had a tonsil operation
performed at a local hospital yes
inree dollars will tiring you
the Capital Journal for one year
oy man in Marion and Polk coun
ties, during the bargain month of
Mrs. H. W. McNeal and daugh
ter Verna of Aumsville, were Sa
lem visitors today. Miss McNeal
s the manager of the Aumsville
Bargain month, on the Capital
Journal, until October 31 new
subscriptions will be taken and
old ones renewed for $3 per year j
bysfiiail in Marion and Polk coun
Business appears to be flourish
ing in Hoseburg and the orchards
near-by this season produced some
of (he finest apples the natives have
i'ver seen, according to Walter S
Low, Salem street commissioner, who
Rfr. and Mrs. A. H. Rivard and la,st n'Gnt returned from a six-day
laniuy, tourists returning to their lual' vicinity, ne ai-so visit-
home in Centralia. Washington. pd Grants Pass. Mr. Low who made
from a trip into California, were the triP by automobile, aid that he
registered last night as the guests heard very few political discussions
of the Bligh hotel. during the six days.
Members W. B. A. Maccabees! A former resident of Woodburn,
attention. District Deputy 'Mrs w- L- CoIo will erect a dwelling
O'Brien will be here Wed. Oct. 11 at J0'"59 north Summer street, ac
to make arrangments for Albany cording- to a permit issued him yes
rally. Come. Pot luck supper. Vis- '"day. It will cost $-1,000.
lting members welcome. 242 .
w. k. uieson, of Salem, arrested
The Willamette University i last night on two liquor charges.
Alumni bulletin, a ouarterlv nub- wa unable to furnish the 100 hail
Jieation put out by the Alumni: demanded by the police and was this
will be out this week, according morning held in jail. Oleson was
io nooert Al. Gatke, editor. The accused of selling liquor and with
Him pioor nas already been re- saving it in his possession.
Oct. 8-14. National Fire
Oct. 11. Meeting of Bar-
bara Frietchie Tent, D. of V.
OcC- 17. Parent-teachers
meeting, Lincoln school.
Oct. 22-Dec. 20. Cam-
naiern fnr nnitnwm.,i.i a.
Willamette univerRitv J Tokio, Oct 10. -(By Assorted,
Oct. 28. Football, Wil- Press ) Tne forces of Generaj"
Iamette vs. Chemawa Indian Dleterichs. head of the Vladivos-
scnooi, sweetland field. tok government. r rtrHn
Nov. 7. General election. Aomnr.u w i...
! nf th. it ... , t. .
Eastern republic of Siberia, ac
ITntal T?i;l, II coroln8" to advices received here
--iiiivaia. from Vladivoetok.
The camDaign for control nf
E. T. Abbott, Los A: H. L. Vladivostok as it in evacuate
oiruus, jvieoia, ra; H. K. Boothby the Japanese appears from the re-
rortiand Henry Pomanski. Port- ports to be e-nl
nuwsra itayDurn, Port- ent Vladivostok government
land; Mrs. K. A. Stockir and whose soldiers are short of rifles,
aaugnter, forest Grove; J. E. although thev havo nlrintv f o.
uaeyara, Portland; W. H. Wood- munition. On the other hand, food
worth, Portland; O. F. Fletcher, is said to h omr i th
Portland; J. N. Smith, Portland: of the Chita irnnn. nf ti, u-o-
J. Tracher, Portland; W. Rose; Eastern -republic. Chita cavalry
i Ui t.i..u , y. n. ime, fans Uity: Is attemnt nir tn it th u nr
ci n ii a . . I ' v.
. v.. cam auu wire, spoKane- communication between Vladivos
, T V, ' nomere; H- M. tok and Nikolskoye, 60
,.. f'uany: JJ1CK Miner, Cor- northwest of Vladivostok.
Rivord I and wife Centralia; Mrs. Hazzard,' miltiary attache at the
' '""au ana sister, Centra- American embassv here h lft
lift! IJ V Harvav D.4.1nJ. t- t I ' "
Hall, Falls City; C. V. Doud, Port- thB iTnltrt stat. tv..
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
Iand;-E. T. Gardner, Portland; R
u. Mugnes, Portland.
watching American interests.
FREE TO USE BONUS MONEY
(Continued from Page One.)
been had such argument not been
made," the opinion reads.
The provision that a qualified
applicant may borrow money for
certain . Durnoses is nerfnntlv
hand ! ii j , ... .. .
linriiiA t ,j, u ., . itsiuuuw in luemseiyes, out mat
nucu ne acciaentiv ni.
ine Oregon Growers packing
piants are now receiving prunes
taster tnan they can handle, them
with the result that it has been
necessary to press into service sev
eral other ware houses.
John Caffrey while working at
a wood saw at 1155 Leslie street
this morning had the second and certain
lingers ot ine right
struck them against
Those big black grapes, to clean
up the rows this week 4c per lb.
oring your boxes. Fiala's vine-
Pot'v 6 mil6S DOrth ln Polk applicant, and
Funeral services for Carrie
Juad, 70, who died here Sun da v.
Oct. 8, were held this afternoon
at tne First Presbyterian church.
runowing tne service here the
body was shipped to Portland for
applicant cannot borrow
money for other purposes equally
legitimate and equally beneficial
to the applicant, is not,in aid of
the constitutional provision but
is an unreasonable curtailment of
the constitutional rights of the
is Invalid since
neither express nor implied au
thority for making such a law or
rule can be found in any pro
vision contained in the constltu
'Those enlisted or called into
service during the war came
trom every occupation in life. In
order to carry on their occupa
tions upon their return to civil
PRINCE GEORGE BECOMES GREEK KING
STAND TRIAL FOR
i'tiicc George 'of Qfce-co
Prince George, oldest son of King Constantino, has become Kincr nt
--i. i"vig vjiu uuuji-uuoii or uis xatner.
Mr and Mr. t nuns upon tneir return to civil
nf ' ..A1?"t life those of them who possessed
r . ,Buve touay lor rort-h, . ,uaS j J5J
land where they will spend a short T , aa dl1 DOt
time visiting 7 1 short desire to engage in farming but
did desire to engage in business
orld war under an enlistment
prior to June 3, 1915, to partici
pate in the provisions of the Ore
gon bonus law. The judgment of
the lower court in this case is
affirmed in an opinion which
holds that Faulman ,as a member
the reserve corps of the regular
army at the time war was de
clared by this country upon Ger
many, "does not come within the
prescribed class defined" by the
bonus act and "is not entitled to
share in or receive any money
authorized to be expended "under
the provisions of the act.
Some show at the Liberty thea
ire tonignt. 241
"T- A. L. Howarth. of Portland
and Bishop Homer C. Stuntz, of
uraaua. Tne latter of whom made
tne principal address at a lunch
eon at the First Methodist church
last night, were registered as the
guests of the Marion hotel.
Wanted to exchange a one ton
Sampson truck in good order, for
a two ton worm drive truck in
equal good order; will pay dif-
rerence of value. Call at Gfdeon
Stolz Co. 241
a special bus is to be run to
Portland for the Geraldine Farrar
concert Thursday, it was an
nuuncea today. The stage will
leave the Central Stage terminal
at 5 o clock and will leave Port
land on its return trip at 10:30
Miss Vera Zielinski returned
home Saturday after a weeks vis
it with her sister, Mrs. John Piet
rk of Stayton.
A permit to erect a dwelling at
1270 north Capitol street yesterday
was issued by Mark Paulsen, deputy
cny recorder, to M. L. Hunt, of
$3 for the Capital Journal for
one year at bargain day rates, by
man only, m Marion and Polk
counties until October 31.
Lieutenant II. D. Smith, in
charge of the forest airplane patrol
n uregon during the past summer.
has received instructions from the
government to establish emergency
lanaing nelds at intervals of 25
miles along the course of airplane
operations in Oregon and Washing
ton. Lieutenant Smith was in
Salem Monday conferring with F.
A. Elliott, state forester, with re
lation to the undertaking.
Late '19 Buick. just overhaul- 0r to enter one ot the Professions
ea, new top, carpet, runninir- u ,""lB u" Bome lraae or em-
boards.' $675. Ornnnrt 9SR OK,f Payment other than agriculture,
. ' ...) It. ..
wo uuuci me piuvisiuilB oi tne
constitution just as much entit-
F. O.. Burns, assistant manager I le1 t0 borrow money to enable
ui tne MKaggs grocery, with Mrs.
Burns, left the first of the week
for a three weeks visit with rel
atives living in Humesville, Mo.,
his old boyhood home. Mr. Burns
has not been there for ten years.
James Linn and ife are exDect-
ed back the latter part of. the
weeK from California where Mr.
Linn is inspecting hop purchases.
Judge Frank L. TouVelle and
wife of Jacksonville Dassed thru
Salem Tuesday enroute to Port
land. Judge TouVelle is the dem
ocratic nominee for state treasurer.
What's New on the Market
BY FORREST GINN
UNRUH TALKS OF
Portland, Or., Oct. 10. Further
discussion of traffic problems oc
cupied the conference here today
of traffic officers ot western
states, ln session with a view to
drafting of uniform regulations
S. A. Mann, municipal judge of
spoKane; U. E. Unruh, justice of
peace of Salem, and W. A. Ekwall,
Portland municipal judge, talked
on the attitude of courts toward
traffic law violations.
Willis S. Moore, assistant attor
ney general of Oregon, and Assist
ant Attorney General Jeffers of
Washington had as their, topics
the work of the states legal de-
Dance at Dreamland Wednes
day night. Vick Meyers orches
tra. Guaranteed attraction.' 242
Nu Bone corsets, phone 2050J,
Miss Lyons, 1030 Marion St. 241
Miss Aletha Oglesby returned
yesterday from a weeks visit
"'i friends in Monmouth.
Better have your toys made to
'Wfcr. Call D. D. Huntley, furni-
repair man, phone 882. 241
Wieder, an Insurance
mar, from Portland, with his wife
' a combined business and
Pleasure trip to Salem yesterday.
r- Wieder is the son of E. L.
"leoer, owner of the Capital City
J- Mallon, of Independence, Is
h . us several days in Salem on
Dusiness. Last nght he wag reg
kr.,1, lne suest "t the Marion
The Marion County Christian En-
eavor association will hold pre-
tua.ranou rany at tne First Pres
byterian church Thursday evening
i .v-j u ciuck. among tne speakers
will be: Paul C. Brown, who is the
facitic coast secretary of that state
C. E. convention held in Salem in
during February. Also Miss Elaine
ooper, who is the present state C.
president. This is a public affair.
ine County Cabinet will partak
of a banquet at the Spa at 6:15.
the cabinet includes the county of
ricers and society presidents.
fiano playing taught in 12
weeks. Enroll for a course start
ing thi3 week. Waterman' Piano
bchool, room 3, McCornack bldg.
over Miller s. . 241
., ",; -oastaln, 122 n. Com
orTr., 8treet' underwent a major
av m a locaI hospital to
of rZ' Cuastains is the father
ta CQastains, the clothier.
jtert.?aII- Ci,y- sPent
mom; " , aIternoon and this
"s in fcalem on business.
An application on the part of
the Nehalem Boom company for
permission to discontinue its oo-
erations on the Willamette slough
in Multnomah county is to be the
subject of a hearing before the
public service commission . in
Portland, Wednesday, it was an
nounced here today.
Miss F. Schumacher of Shaw is
spending the day in Salem on bus
from .v.. .,s ina- lDe reaction
atn last Saturda
of the LeC- v' at .the hand3
"ot 9em.i eleven, Has
aeenie. to nut th
t Z ln the ,east- The fact
tile hpai.i. r
-.- team was
Eiinr .i' ' u ',ora' n'en are
!:ls'n,;. ork of Practicing a
. and with a better
'" n,.t . ' ' mpn are torn-
The engagement of Miss Lydia
Denny and Edward Schlegel of
Fresno, California, was announc
ed when Miss Nettie Denny en
tertained a few intimate friends
at their home on Marion street
Friday evening. The evening was
spent in games and music. Those
present were the Misses Ruth and
Esther Llening, Lydia and Martha
Hirsch of Portland, Hazel Dela-
ney, Eunice Brown, Sue Wil
liams. Lydia and Nettie Denny.
Miss Denny is leaving shortly
Tor a two months' visit in the
-ast. The wedding will probably
'ake place sometime in January.
Those big black grapes, to clean
up the rows this week 4c per lb.
bring your boxes. Fiala's vine
yards, three miles north in Polk
The world war veterans bonus
commission which met in Pnrt
land yesterday afternoon passed
i loans totaling $119,000 and 44
cash tlaims for a total of $9348
tne wnole amount voted bein
128,348. The meeting was held
in Portland because Sam Kozer.
actuary ot state, was there in
connection with the interstate
meeting of officials of the state
iu uihcuss irarric rules and regu
lations, and all the other
bers of the commission happened
ub in me city.
them to, carry out such purposes
as those who desired to engage
in farming. There is no' more nock.
reason why one shoud be exclud- Egg plant, which has for some
ed from borrowing money to aidltime been selling at 15 cents a
in carrying out such purposes than Pound is now to be had for 10
there is for excluding one who cents a pound,
desired to engage in agriculture.' ' Fine green house . spinach, lo-
Three other opinions affecting caliy grown, is on the market sell
the administration of the bonus ing at 15 cents per pound.
law were handed down by the su-
jreme court this morning, all
written by Justice Rand, as fol
Snow apples appeared on the
market this morning sell at $2
Another orinlap onrxla oallini. nt
$2 per box which appeared on the Partment in connection with traf-
market this morning was the Pen-j
uougias w. Bnelor, manager of
tne western Washington Autu
mobile club, and A. L. Lea. presi-
Other Opinions in Bonus
Cicero F. Hogan vs. World
War State Aid commission; in
volving the right of an ex-service
BUREAUS IN SMYRNA
iweniy-eignc nundred is the
practical limit for suspension
bridge spans as estimated by engi
Of the 1200 kinds of minerals
known to science, only about 100
are of sufficient beauty and dura
bility to be classed as precious or
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many
friends, members of the teaching
profession, the G. A. R., W. R.- C,
and Daughters of Veterans, for
their sympathy and the many
beautiful floral offerings for our
beloved husband and father.
Mrs. J. J. Kraps, Kent S. Kraps,
Leo J. Kraps. 241
Paris, Oct. 10. A message
from the Constantinople head-
nfan to borrow from the bonus Uuarters of the American commit
fund on property in which he has tee on relief in the Near East, says
no legal title but in which the personal service bureaus have
tiue is vested in his mother. In thHhd in th nrinMi
.dio,uB mc luwer court 8 juag- , , ,D ti f
ment in this cnao tho cr,T.omo r-0""1 " '6
court holds that "it was not with Smyrna now are concentrated and
in the power of the commission to R. R. Reger of Philadelphia has
deprive the plaintiff of his right returned to the capital after con
in una tiia mo l B(.fnf n v, : . I
thJ T, ;.t 7T7v. , L eluding the work of organization
was it within the power of the Mabel -lllott 01 Worth
commission to limit the annli-1 Texas, is in charge of the bureau
cant's right to dispose of the! at Chios
money after it had been borrow-
In overruling a demurrer in
terposed by Joseph Woerndle.
Portland attorney, in the disbar
ment proceedings ' instituted
against him, the supreme court
this morning ln effect holds that
the accusations brought against
Woerndle constitute sufficient
cause to justify his disbarment ac
cording to attorneys here. '
The demurrer filed by Woern
dle to the complaint entered by
the grievance committees of the
Multnomah Bar association and
the State Bar association assert
ed that the facts alleged in the
accusation do not disclose any le
gal grounds for his disbarment.
This demurrer is overruled and
Woerndle Is given until October
25, to file an answer to the accu
sations. "An attorney who commits per
jury whether committed inside or
outside of his professional em
ployment, is subject to suspension
or aisoarment, without his hav
ing been first indicted and con
victed," reads the opinion of the
court which was written br Jus-
tlce McCourt. ' "An accusation is
surriclent which alleges the facts
constituting such perjury."
ine complaint against Woerndle
aueges that he made false affida
vns in securing a passport for
himself which he is said to have
given to one Hans W. Boehn. al-
leged German spy, to assist the
latter in returning to Germany
irom tnis country.
A. Kozer, secretary of state; Geo.
A. White, adjutant general; Ar
thur C. Spencer and Lyman G.
' Marriage licenses today were
issued by the county clerk to
Walter J. Borchers, 20 of Sher
wood and Jennie LaFlemme. 1(.
of route 9, Salem, and to Jesse
R. Downey, 32, of Portland and
Theresia Eikerenkotter, 32, of
same A. Carson vs. World
War State Aid commission; in
volving the righS of relatives
designated in the bonus amend-
mem, to secure a loan m a case
HAS FIRE IN HOLD
San Francisco, Oct.
where the deceased, if livine. Hamburg - American steamer
cure such loan. In this case thel Cardiganshire due to arrive at
would have been entitled to se- Colon. Canal Zone today from
judgment of the lower court Is -al-1 Hamburg, has a fire in her hold
so reversed in an opinion which! according to a message received
holds that the relatives of a de-lby the marine department of the
ceased ex-service man, "In thel chamber of commerce. The mes-
order named in the statute," may! sage contained no other details.
ciaim tne bonus to which the ex- The steamer Is bound for San
service man himself would have Francisco.
been entitled but are precluded
the right to acquire a loan
William F. Faulman vs. World
War Veterans State Aid commis
sion; involving the right of an
ex-service man serving in the
dent of the Oregon Automobile as
sociation, were on the program for
talks on the relations ot automo
bile clubs to the state licensing
and traffic departments.
R. F. Franklin Hart and Oren
Leidy of Olympia. Wash., were to
discuss the necessity of uniform
reports on accidents and traffic
The afternoon program includ
ed talks by Charles J. Chenu of
Sacramento and L. V. Jenkins of
Portland, on automobile thefts; L.
D. McArdle of Olympia and Sam
A. Kozer, secretary of state, Ore
gon, on mechanical signals; H. E,
Crockett, secretary of state of
Utah, and T. A. Raffety of Salem
on advertising signs along high
Political animosity in no wav
brought on the action of the world
war veterans' state aid commis
sion ln summarily removing H. J.
Overturf of Bend as a Deschutes
county appraiser, according to a
tatement issued by the commis
sion today. Subsequent to his dis
missal Mr. Overturf issued a pub
lic statement charging that the ac
tion was the result of political
friction between himself and Gov
"The motion for Mr. Overturt's
prompt dismissal from his position
of trust in connection with thej
uanuung oi soiaier aid moneys
was not made, nor was it seconded
by the chairman of the board," the
'In concluding that Mr. Over
turf had padded the value of prop
erty for the purpose of gaining
state loans, the commission was un
able to minimize that dereliction
in its own mind on the grounds
of his possible sympathy for the
ex-service men since one of the
most flagrant cases was one in
which Mr. Overturf was disposing
ot his own property and, there
fore, stood to profit personally
from the transaction at the mani
fest expense of both the ex-service
men and of the taxpayers of the
state," the statement said.
The -statement is Bigned by Sam
The French Indian
He will answer all
Brownie, the $100,000 pony
should really be co-starred in
"Daring Danger." The animal
is almost human and if you
don't believe ,it just see how
the prize pet works with his
master in daring situations in
this great photoplay.
"Two of a Kind"
A Snappy Comedy
A sacred fire in a Buddhist tem
ple in Bakyoh, Siam, is the oldest
man-lit fire In the world. It haB
been burning for more than 500
The new world's record for an
airplane is 341,717 kilometers
(212.3 miles) an hour. It is held
by Sadl Lecointe, noted French
An inventor in France has de
veloped a thermometer that can
be read by blind persons. The as
cending mercury depresses a bal
anced tube along a scale with em
Approximately 500 persons are
being taught to fly at the score or
more of flying schools located ln
various parts of the United States.
M FARLAND Mrs. Rose McFar-
land died at her home 1365
Broadway this morning at 9:30
o'clock. She is the wife of the
late Andrew Jackson McFar
land who passed away last Au
gust. Arrangements are in
charge of Webb and Clougb,
who will make funeral an
GLOVER Chas. P. Glover died
last venine, Oct. 9, at tus home
in Portland at the age of 82
years. He was an Oregon pio
neer settling about 8 miles east
of Salem where he has live.1
most of his life. Services and J
interment will be in the Macleay
cemetery at 1 o'clock W'ednea- 1
day Oct. 11th.
Webb & Clough
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