Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 27, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY CAPITAL JuCTRNAL. lAlltM. ORBGOrV THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913.
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Capital City Brevities
If. r. Tk Utter, demist, ult 41J
l-4lf Maaouie building
I'r. Mendelsohn, fits eyes correctly, U
K. Hank building.
Dr. May, nerve specialist, Muuiiie
building
Mis ljm Austin h gone Port
land to spend her holiday.
Miss Merle Tracy, an O. A. C. stu
dent, U horn on her vacation.
Robert !iige. student at 0. A. C,
ia In th city jijM-urttii(f the holidays,
Mis. dura Perkins ha Ron? to
Portland t. spend Thanksgiving with
her parent.
Mis Jean Mcluturff Its gone to Me
Miimvllle to spend Thau'ngivlng with
Mr. K. V. Hiene.
Norlya H.iff ami 0, 0, Mercer, both
students at 0, A. 0, arrival yesterday
t nd Thanksgiving,
Mis MiUred Partholomew ha gone
Un I'ortlaixl tvi rnl th hoH.ln with
hir jarnta an.l frien.K
Allan IWaon, a moaibcr of the Ort-
Kn l'nivrity atiuk'ut bly, ia ajx-n.i-
tnjjf Thankivin; with hi vrvatt
ar.
Wii Cri.tabol Jwtt haa gn to
Cr., Vjh., to tyn th holiday,
Mini .lewvtt i t..,-hr ia th Rich-
aiou.l s.h.K.l,
liarfiett KiRtlea, dantjhter of Mr. aa.l
Mr.w W. T. Kis-loa, Mriv .ea.e.vla
from tVrvalli. U Thaahviag
with her parent.
Miw Ut Stroajf rmsl thrwih
SWew yerlay c her way to Prt-
taa.l to apeal ThanV$iviir. Mia
Strong t a former Willamette aaiver
ity .t,iet.
Improjr (la wlj af.Tpwvata th
affliction f the wtrr, rro.bi.-ini; j
he.tache aa.l taf!niatiea f th t I
Men.loltoha ,t j'.e eorrts-tty
.-.v ...,.,.. ry
r(ct. v, :v ivtnl lU.tg.
TV. clothing atcre of tiv W, Jha
oa was brvVen In) la.l Monday night
s.vm ti a,l aeveral tulta of rlotke
aad two or three vrrort were stole.
N trace of the robber haa be,
flHIK.l Ht tA thl. llntKi Knl.f ...
foiad up to thia time. Kntmace was'xwvmng. instead of 10 VUwk, as has
ad through a r.r window, J bee anaouaevd. lativtment will be in
N ee will be cwpetlM to spend,' Warrea eenietery 1 the Waldo
Tkankwviwj tvhiad the bar at th Hi)!,
rit ja.l Uxlay, the bM wiv,.r bemS J '
bb.r.t.n.st . gMbvt lef eflu-el AWUIT COXDmON3.
Shevlk. Thi i the M tie i wvv Tk,H " ,,m" vf
ve.r (Nat the a.l haa b,v eptv e.'" " VMt U ,k ,Vr1"1
TNi.H:Ui,.g Jay. ' ,V sla'-.,p a rvu'.t ef a tnag ad-
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place i VM Mem thia ...- ' h krg
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T IS OUR SINCERE WISH that your
Thanksgiving Day may be one in
perfect accord with those things you
booked forward to last year.
CLOSED TODAY.
HOUSE OF QUALITY
JLicooDicooD s tezy
Thi retrains of the Into I,. C, Griffith
will li buried in tln Warren cemetery,
in tin. Waldo Hills, Friday. The fu
nernl will bo In-Ill from tlu residence at
I o'clock and Rev, P. 8. Kuight will of
ficiate. Captain Max Oohllmr yesterday was
viaitoj by F. S. Krebs, a sergeant at
tached to the United States recruiting
station i Portland, Sergeant Krebs
will rwa'n h.'ro a !ay or no looking
ever th tiol.l, ami may possibly tke
bach with him several applications.
The folliwing eonplea were granted
marriage licenses yesterday afternoon
by Comity (Mora ttehlhnr: ' Z. Schwab,
of Aurora, and Kdna May Cutsforth,
of Oervsi ; K, H. Qlasscr of Fret port,
111., an.) Cladya R, MAfn, of thin
city, an.l Mori U J4rnk ami Wlma V.
Moffitt, of Salom.
Aa hn'oiiif of 13;,902.T for th v.t
yoar i akown ia aa annual n'port filcvl
with th railroail rommiMion by th
! Orfon KUvtri railuva.t. Th report
how that th owalin( cxiuj wor
TiVS.OS an.l rvomi of l.lOSJil,.
TV
j Md.no Danvv Th nnlar dan.- of
th M ,.. lo, will b pvn Thiira-
day, Nov, 7, PaiitiHg begin at 8:00
Jv . All nwmhen an.l frien.la Cilial
ty invite,!,
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ATTENTION, TEOMEX.
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OOLVIK.
At the family reaulenc, STO Lincoln
miwi, !iie,ir. .-November Y Iu .
r. aua .Mr, tfevrge Cokin, a o.
TETER LUTHT'S FUNS&AL.
The f-l of peter Luthy will be
j"M from hi resndeace, 14s7
Thirteenth atre. at 10;S0 to
'lUtMimi.' initia l n 111 'I.UV
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toaierrow
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ONE MAN DROWNED WHEN
KAC1NO BOAT OVERTURNS
tCNiTao raaaa mini wiaa.
rortlan.l, Or., Xov. 27. Albert H.
Stona waa (irownc.l to.lav when the
fast racing motorboat Oregon Wolf IV
overturned in the lower harbor. The
two others aboard, John Wolff, owner
and builder of tha craft, and Orth Ma
thoit, tha pilot, wcr roscuo.l by a pass
iag rowboat Wolff and Mathoit, wbo
eoul.l awim, supported Stone in ' tho
water for a ahort time, but were com
pelled to release their hoi J to savo them
solve. Stone wa unable to iwim. The
Ore jca Wolf IV was a new boat, and
carried tha eaiue engine with which
former boats of tho same naone had es
tablished Pacific eoaat records.
Sjtona'a body has not been recovered.
Tha Wolff lie in sixty feet of water.
WEATHLT WOMAN HELD
FOR UNDERVALUING GOODS
Ifkitsd raaaa Latin wiaa.1
New York, Nov, S6 Mrs. Thomas
Vloming, wife, of tha manager of tha
California Portland Cement company,
and alo a bank direetor, of Los Ange
lea, is held here today in 11000 bail, on
charge of undervaluing goods brought
to tha Cnited States from Kurope,
Vnited State Commissioner Staunton
set TVvember 2 aa the date for Mrs.
Fleming's hearing, Sha value.! th
good at fSIO, but custom officials who
saw ths gown ty tlkey are worth
2W.
mEMAN KILLED.
(rarrsn rasas uins wita.1
Sjui Francisco, Nov. 27. Advice re
ceived here today told of the killing of
U Ijira, a firewa oa th Pacific Mail
Company' ttefcavship Sa Jose, aa the
esl lay ia the port at Acagulta, Sal
vador, November S. Lcaiis Martinet, the
dispatch Mated, did the killing with a
. . - . .
two aocietiea of $pin. Both me were
Spaniard and ahipped o the San J.we
(he day before she tt Saa Prau.-isco
ia October.
rdrai C pi axed City.
Eal P-i. Texas. Nov. S7. That
the federals ctnre4 UVca Mex
tee, yterly was coBfirated by di
patch received here t.vlay. It it
tin-ated that lo were kill.! ;
aide.
Aa uv(irwt! rervrt wa cmrvtt
thai th federal executed W aca -cota-
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1 DEFINED BY
Tha committee appointed to prepare
commission form of government char
tor for tho city of Snlom is making slow
progress in the work. Another mooting
was hold last night. All sorts of crank
suggostiona have been made to the com
mittee, soma of them, foolish for a cita
of this sizo and whether they will all
be weeded out and a charter that will
meet with tha approval of tho people of
Salem la a question.
Provisions defining the dutiea of the
city mauager wera adopted and sound
well. The provisions say, in part:
"The city manager shall bo olected
by the conimiseiou, who shall be the ex
ecutive and administrative head of tho
city, under the direction and supervis
ion of the commission, and shall be re
sponsible for tho efficient administra
tion of all departments.
"Ho shall be selected purely on mer
it. In selecting the city nmtmger the
commission shall give due regard to
training, experience, executive and ad
ministrative ability and efficiency, and
general qualifications and fitness for
performing the duties of that office,
and no persou shall be eligible to the
office of city manager who is not by
training, experience, ability and effi
ciency well qualified and generally fit
to perform tho duties of snoh office.
f'No weight or consideration shall be
given by the commission to nationality,
political or religious atfiliatious, or to
auy other consideration except merit
aad direct qualification for the office,
and ho may or may not be a resident of
tho city of Sjilom when appointed. He
shall hold office during tho pleasure of
the commission. He shall execute a
boud provided that said bond
shall not bo less than 10,000.
"The city manager shall succeed to
all the powers and duties heretofore ex
ercised by the several officers and
boards of the city government, except
a specifically granted to other officers
by the provisions of this charter, but
his powers and duties shall be only ad
ministrative and executive, except as
hereiu otherwise provided."
WITNESSES TELL HOW CONWAY
KEPT AT HIS CROOKED WORK
(puma raasa taiaas wiaa.)
Portland. Or., Nov. 7. That J. T.
Couway, manager of th Oregon Inland
Development company, accepted money
paid en the land contract after the
company had been investigated and the
indictment returned in March, 1912, waa
aa interesting feature of t.he evidence
given ia Federal Judge Bean ' court in
the trial of J. T. Conway and Frank
Richet, Tort land real estate men, charg- hushand ' estate, is charjfej in a peti
ed with using the mail to defraud in tion filed in the superior court her last
exploiting the sale of school land e
tions.
Witnen after witness took the stand
for the government and testified to
having purfhsa contract to sections
of these land from the Oregoa Inland
Pvelopnt, only to fiad that the
Uands had bee misrprned to them
aad that they were unable t get bach j
any of the moaey they had paid ia.
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CONGRESSIONAL FROBE OF
COST OF FOOD PROPOSED
luirw rsa utjaan utit j
Wastuogton, 7. . revolution
providing for eoe grwaicnal invtiga- I
tio of tk eo of foej i ycmttie .
with th trust iuqairy at th aext -
ia of eeT wa introduced ia th !
Ws to-.!y by Kr prltive Br:ttoo.
f Illiaoi. The- chief txrpois of th
'relnti ia to dixekw faete abowt cU
-"' eg aad at!.
Rfrt!iT Gorauta, of lUiaeia,
introduced a roiutic-a !tr.g po
iPresi.Weit Vil la iavite f.-rvifw gov
lrxtcta to w-.th th Uailel iwi:e
ia a iatrM.ioi iaq-jdrr iate th
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Ask your
grocer for
England's favorite for over
70 years
CHICAGO HAS DARK
DAT AND TRAFFIC HALTS
outran paasa uuaen wiaa.
Chicago, Nov. 27. Chicago waa in
darkness throughout the busiest hours
of tho day, all downtown buildings be
ing lighted. Weathor bureau officials
said this conditions resulted from a low
Uurometie pressure and local cloudiness
which prevented the city's smoke from
lifting.
Automobiles displaced lights and all
traffic moved cautiously in the gloom.
Tickers announced that the usual cash
grain quotations of the board of trade
would not be carried as the inspection
board hud reported that it was too dafk
to inspect grain samples.
A pall of smoke settled over the city,
and filled the streets until the upper
outlines of skyscrapers were almost in
visible. ATTORNEYS FILE BRIEFS
IN LIQUOR CASE HERE
Wednesday afternoon Attorneys Page
an.l Roberts filed a brief in the suit
brought to restrain the city authorities
from submittiug the proposed amend
ment to the city charter by which the
council wiJl be compelled to refuse to
issue licenses for the sale of liquor in
tho city limits.
They take tho position that a court
has no authority to enjoin the legisla
tive department from enacting any law.
The amendment of tho charter, they
hold, is a legislative act, and the courts
have nothing to do with it in any way.
Only after the legislative body, wheth
er a city council or a state legislature,
has enacted law, can the courts take
cogni7ance of its acts. After a law is
passed the courts can construe it or
pass upon its constitutionality, but they
cannot prevent the legislative body
from enacting any law. Judge Gallo
way was in Portland yesterday, but it
is supposed he will pass upon the in
junction cases argued before him Tues
day night some itime Friday.
JUDGE IS ACCUSED.
Tfwttkd riasa laaara wrax.)
North Yakima, Wash., Nov. 27. That
ex-Superior Court Judge Marshall K.
Snell, of Taroma, gave her misleading
advice as an attorney, with intent to
defraud her of her rightful share of her
night by Mrs. Nick Welsh, asking the
removal of Martin Welsh as adtninUtm-
tM-,
According to the allegations. Nick
Welsh left i0 in North Yakima and
Tarom banks and propertr valoei at
V(X. Sooa after his death, John and
Martia Welsh took her to the office of
j.,,, DII- in t,,,.,, ,bj .Jvia
W thj4t ,k(.r husband ' two brvuhen
were entitled to share. Mrs. Welsh
,.k, ,K ,k k. .,m:Bfm,-.
VIOLA UNO LABOR LAW.
Labor t'einaisMOser Hoff lodar ,1-
fUrj rte wfcool boarl of Port
,4 asa th county omiioar of
Muttaemah couatv were vicJajin th
r; .,t ,or jj, wr
warkin iait,.r. ax 1 mr.Jav- t
rxwrfar. 1 r tha i$ht hears a J
tSat he wcnM et that th violations
were diVectitue-l. Mr. Hoff y his
dsrte are p'ati it ia Ls itcatie J
t fon- the proxinci of the e'ght- j
hur Uw. 1! kaa filed sa.t to prvt :
Jk espl wrneat ef perse at state in-'
titatiea ia vwUtioa of th law.
sG'JUMP
TRAIL
t - lie aaatmr is car? ' Ta
- fef -ed Veed the pr aad
re; i
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ak-sr ti
FAT TH f tt nncy
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GLOBE
TODAY 10 c
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FLORENCE LAWRENCE
A strong 2-reel feature
"The Spender"
Jane of the Moth
Eaten Farm
A burlesque drama featuring '
JANE GAIL
. and
WILLIAM SHAY
And a Good Comedy
Master Hall
In Song
Continuous program
from 2 till 11 p. m.
Tomorrow a 3-reel Imp..
"Night Shadows of New
York." Picturing the life of
people in the slums and opium
deus. Greatest feature ever
shown at the Globe. Two
days only.
GLOBE
10c
DEATH NOTICES.
LUTHY. '
At the family residence, 1497 South
Thirteenth street, in this city, Novem
ber 26, 1913, at 9:30 a. m., Peter Luthy,
aged 72 years.
The funeral will be held from the res
idence Friday morning at 10 o'clock
by Rev. H. Leinkemper of the German
Reformed church. The burial will take
place in the Warren cemetery at 2
o'clock in the Waldo Hills.
MAYOR SAYS BIO BUSINESS
IS TRYING TO GET SCALP
uxrrtxi raasa uuatxt wiaa
Indianapolis, Iud., Nov. 27. Flat dec
laration that he would resign his office
to escape impeachment charges he be
lieves would be preferred by big busi
ness, because he favored the strikers in
the recent street car strike here, if the
teamsters go out on a strike was voiced
here yesterday afternoon by Mayor
Shank. Union officials have promised
to notify Shank in ample time for him
to resign if the teamsters decide to
walk out.
Union labor and organized capital
were lining np here today for a finish
fight. The merchants assert they do
not wish to be handicapped by a mayor
friendly to unionism and openly accuse
Shank of violating his oath of office by
aiding the car strikers.
NOTICE.
Under no condition will I stand re-sr-msibl
for goods or accounts charged
against me, without my written orders.
SEID BACK,
- Portland, Or.
; NEW TODAY.
j
FOR SALE Grand w range heater,
j two bed complete with springs and
mattress, bargains. Call Robert'
so. Vain )).
IP Vl WANT good wood call Main
E- G- ErL
! yog 8ALE awv r,n.rMK
haa, Syear-old. with calf. Jersey
Swiss, earning 3 year. Black Jersey,
4 years. One block east, one north
of arrises.
riANO TUNING J. E. Hockett.
Pkca Reeideac 255 North
Elm street. First -els work.
FUES REMODELED at S1241J Hub
l arvl BMg.
I-i 4 meat taodera cottage,
1) per Boa'.k. Iaire Saginaw aad
Wa,
rpS BENT Two n-.c:
I reoss, H3 State lrt-
furnished
LOOS AT THIS Khtly ! drep-
keJ -. j arh.ae tJO; aew drop
I if I sww-ig (h:.ai I ad np, -w
Sta:e smt,
I) YC'V WANT a ;tarra hom that
ivr i value IUV0 a year
f jr tt t fit f;,r year, that i aow
ect-.a ti ewrtrs ever J-XXt a year.
le-cJee tixlr Iv-.x;, tJut is withia
U rii;' wvTk ef the street car
l ie. tSjt V aa eit year:.! or j Ow Ladd Rush , SMata.
cla-I ei pea-V ws.a:.t. r;,U cherrri"
axi pear tree, axj all ktads ef ber
r aid wra2 frt-a, a; 4 a : Jtt
ey 1 See C O, Rire, wi:h L S.
Par a Ca, J'JJ'.S Uaae; tcra
;ia ' - -
irx pnae errharL Uhace t- a
year at aad T per t; 4
wi f frt tla year, ail th
It axa yew.f rairV fl haua
aai Wa SH ntCe. ea era. led reck
rta.1. C a rj. L. S, Prs
c. r.sri M t,-,?.
FARM BARGAIN
The best stock or dairy farm that ia
offered in the Willametet valley, 23
per acre, . Easy terms; will take Salem
or Portland property as part pay, 3
miles from railroad. Don't overlook
this snap. Thia property is well worth
50 per acre; suitable for two farms.
BECHTEL & BYNON,
347 State Street.
NOW IS THE TIME
To cut out the rent habit, and buy a
home at your own, on easy payment,
just like rent. Bechtel & Bynon have
several good buy at 750 and np;
small amount paid down, balance like
rent; also vacant lots, 200 and up, on
easy terms.
Close-in Suburban Cheap.
We write fire and life insurance,
bonds. We buy, sell, rent, exchange
property, 950 or $2500 to loan on good
security. For bargains Bee
BECHTEL ft BYNON,
347 State Street.
.This Will Interest Mothers
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, a certain relief for FeveriBh
ness, Headache, Bad Stomach, Teeth
ing Disorders, move and regulate tho
Bowels and destroy Worms. They break
up Colds in 24 hours. They are so
pleasant to the taste Children like
them. Over 10,000 testimonials. L'sed
by Mothers for 24 years. They never
fail. Sold by all druggists, 25c. Sam
ple mailed REK. Address, .Allen S.
Olmsted, Le' Roy, N. Y. ' :
But won't there be jealousy in the
rural schools over who shiill be official
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out delicate fabric. Work ellc4
for and ttaUverad promptly.
445 Ferry street. Phone Main 2252
Wet or Dry
We still have real bargains in city
and country property.
14 acres on car line,- 2 miles from
bank, 10,000. 7 acres in berries,
house and barn, 3000. 30 acres, good
house and barn, 3500. 4 acres, well
improved, close in, 2200. 20 acre well
improved, ideal suburban home, 6500.
1 to S acres on installment. 5 and 10
ac.re tracts, good terms. Several new
houses on installments. Some prune
ranches and berry tract at reasonable
price. Several business chances, such
a pool hall, cigar stand, candy store,
blacksmith shop, hotel or restaurant.
Headquarters for New
Salem Maps
We rent Houses and
Furnished Rooms- We
sell Insurance of all kinds
List your bargains with us
and we will give you square,
prompt and courteous treat
ment
Acme Investment Co.
A. B. COOK, Manager.
Phone Main 477. 540 State treet
Opposite Court House.
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AutomobiU Painter
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