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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 1915.
need the help of
a natural tonic which
will build up bodily
Strength, help the
nerves, increase the
appetite and improve
the digestion. When women find
themselves in a tired, nervous condi
tion, or suffer from sick headache, bili-
ousness, and loss of aooetite. it shows that
the system is run-down and unable to resrmnd tn
the demands which Nature imposes on it. Everv
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for these pills quickly make everything right. They are
a remarkable combination of remedial herbs, which act
favorably on the organs, and are so mild that they cause
no discomfort or disagreeable after effects. They
remove impurities from the blood, stimulate the liver,
regulate the bile, and have a gentle and thorough
laxative eltect which removes constipation.
Beechara's Pills are a great boon to women
whenever they feel tired, nervous and
depleted, for they carry strength and
life to body, blood and nerves.
STATUS OF REAL
ESTATE AGENT IS
l(c j)c SC3CJjC3t)csJtSSjCSSSC9C!t JC
Justice Benson Reverses
Former Opinion of. Supreme
Court Justice Bean
The "Statute of Frauds" received a
thorough review in an opinion handed
down by .1 list io Benson, of the Su
preme court this morning in which a
former opinion by Justice Bean was re
versed upon an argument on rehearing
in the case of J. W. Taggcrt against
J. X. Hunter and William Staats. The
feict that the Statute of Frauds deals
with -the real estate business is no re
l'lcctiou upon the profession but simply
establishes the basis of contracts be
tween the client and the real estate op
erator. Each state has a statute of frauds
but they are similar in all of the states,
and in general, set torth the list or op
London The London rage
amongst the fair sex now is to
have the regimental badge of
your sweetheart's regiment tat
tooed on your arm.
London Till the Zepps quit
coining and the streets are re
lighted, London theatre man
agers have practically decided
to substitute matinees for ev
London War conditions have
reduced the year's visitors to
the Isle of Man to 33,780 com
pared with 404,481 last year,
and 010,120 in JH13.
London England's latest
suggestion for war-time thrift
is to dry potato peelings in
the oven and use them lor light
ing the fire.
County Fruit Inspector's
Advice to Fruit Growers
Manufacturing company vs. Portland
Iron Works was denied.
Miller vs. Portland, former decreet
modified by allowing interest from the
date of default.
Leo Boueiict vs. Oregon Motor com
pany , appellant, appealed from Mult
nomah county, action for damages for
misrepresentation in the sale of an auto
mobile, Circuit Judge McGinn's judg
ment for plaintiff affirmed.
Following up an article recently pub
lished in The Capital Journal on dis
eases peculiar to prunes and cherries,
C. O. Constable, county truit inspector,
tells of ways to prevent the spread of
this parasitic fungus which has been
causing bo much damage, mostly
through defoliation. One of the bt
means of preventing the spread of the
disease, is that of removing the fallen
leave from the orchards.
The article by Mr. Constable fol
lows: Cylindrosporium Leaf Spot.
Through the kindness of The Capital
Journal on November 10th, was pub
lished an article on spraying for Cylin
drosporium Leaf Spot. In addition to
spraying 1 have some information from
lrof. ii. P. Barss of tho Oregon Agri
cultural collcgo in regard to its life
history which may bo of interest to the
This is a disease of cherries ami
erations where a written contract only
is binding upon the parties to the ion- hnvmpi- I .niWrPSSniari
Direction! of special value
to women with every box.
"Tho Largest Sale of Any
Medicine in the World.'
At All Druggists,
and Life to
tract, in 1007 in tins state a special
provision was enacted by the legisla
ture adding to the Oregon statute of
frauds the requirement that an agree-1
input in writing miiRt bo entered into
before the real estate agent can legally
collect a commission for consiinmtiiig a
real estate deal. It further provides
that the written agreement shall speci
fy tho amount of the commission, t.ie
amount the property is to be sold for
it n r I the exact description of the prop
erty in question.
It appears from a review of the
case that Taggcrt sold some' timber
lands for Hunter and SStuats und that
the commission claimed by him amount
ed to over ,40ll0. Taggcrt had no writ
ten contract but claimed to have re
ceived a letter from the defendant
I authorizing him to sell their property
at a certain price,
Hobson to Speak Thursday
eased leaves that have fallen to the
numbers of minute spores are produced
by the fungus and are shot from the
dead leaves into the air. They arc
then carried to young foliage and cause
the primary infections. Spots develop
on the leaves and in a short time a new
crop of spores is produced. These are
quickly disseminated and cause second
ary injections which bccoino exceed
ingly numerous if there happens to be
a rather long-continued spell of wet
weather at. the time.
The infections result iu tho presence
of small dark spots or specks on the
surface of the leaves. These niav be
few in number or iu severe infections
may be so numerous as to cover coin
pletely the leaf surface. On the under
side there will usually be found little
light-colored specks, each consisting of
a mass of spores by which the disease
is disseminated. Where the attack is
i: severe the leaves often turn yellow.
prunes which has been present in Ore
gon for some time, but as a rule the
attacks have not been sevoro enough
to attract very much attention from
,r,nwnru Tliirittir 1014 hnWUVf. mini-
erous complaints of this trouble worej'oss of these organs and as a result
r,.n-,vn,l ,,! r,.nt rxtmrU iniik it the growth of the tree is reduced and
The most serioiiR effect is the droppin
of the infected leavs. In sonic cases
hardly a loaf remains on the tree.
Whore many leaves are cast tho tree
suffers a decided setback from the
Former Congressman Hobson. who
will speak here Thursday evening nt
the armory under the auspices of the
Anti-Saloon League of America, is re
ceiving an ovation on his tour through
Wahsington anil Oregon. At Ynkuma,
he addressed an audience of 2.5110 and j
evoryywhere is being enthusiastically I
Tho rally here Thursdnv evening
will be in charge of the Rev. A. A. Win
ter, who will introduce Governor Wi thy
ronine, to preside during the evening.
The program will include, besides the
two suenqers of the evening, a solo by
Mrs. Julia Dross Pinnell, nnd singing
of several well known sones. led bv
He was nimble to i Professor Meiidenhnll. The Rev. K. N.
evident that in many sections of the
Mate the disease is present in epiilmic
form this sason (1SI15) nnd that it is
causing a great ileal of damage through
the defoliation anil consequent shock
to the vitality of the trees which will
The Nature of the Disease.
The disease is caused by a parasitic
fungus known as Cylindrnsporiuni. This
fungus lives over winter in tho old dis-
the ciiances tor a good crop of lmit
the following season are lessened. The
fungus will also attack the fruit stems.
It has been suggested by recent in
vestigation of this disease that the re
moval of fallen leaves from tiie or
chard nnd from the fence rows in the
fall would be, beneficial since it, is on
these leaves that the disease is carried
over the winter and tram them that
tho tirst infections iu the spring come.
a variety of people.
We recently have
sold high tops to - a j
newspaper man, to a
farmer, to a policeman,
to a motorcyclist and
to a hunter.
We carry three
styles and the leather
is as beautiful and soft
as a kitten's ear.
All of the famous
Florsheim make of
course $7 to $9.
The Toggery , 167 Comil St.
I pro. luce the letter in evidence but pro- Avison will offer the invocation nnd
luced ptlier witnesses who testified as tll0 rov. -p.' T. Porter will pronounce
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Silvcrton, Ore., Nov. 10. Walter
Bowen has sold his stock of goods at
Molalla to the Hobbins Brothers of that
place. He has not decided where he will
locato but will stay there and assist at
the Hobbins Brothers' sale beforo leav
ing. Svlvia. the seven-year-old daughter of
Mr. and M rs. A. L. Larson, was opcrat
rd on at Salem Tuesday for appendici
tis. Tho operation was successful and
it is hoped the recovery will be a speedy
Mrs. John Quail and Mrs. Anna Har
vey were week-end guests nt the homo
of Mr. and Mrs, John llannestead at
Mrs. J. J. Oder left for her home at
Myrtle Creek on Wednesday, after a
pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Lincoln.
Those to attend tho Kebekah conven
tion at Aurora on Friday, November 5,
from this place wore: Mesdamcs Fran
ces" Hosmer, Charles Hnrtman, A. K.
Wrightroan, T. W. Riches and M. Otto
flay j also Messrs. K. G. Allen and T. W.
A number of Mrs. 0. M. Cooley's
friends come in for a surprise last lues
day evening. The occasion boing a
lirthdBy celebration, A fine timo is rc-
The Cozy Candy Shop is nicely locat
ed in its new homo on Mam mn-n m
the old Ames building, and tho Palm
ill mnvn tn the iilnco mndo va
cant by the Cozy, and also have the
"Cets-ff For Corns,
SURE as Sunrise!
Any Corn, With "Gets-It" on It, Is an
to tho contents of the alleged letter,
Ho sued fcr his commission and re
ceived judgment in Circuit Judge Me
The rase was appealed to the su
preme court where Justice Bonn wrote
an opinion affirming the dcocision of
Judge JleGinn and allowing the com
mission. Vpon a rehearing Justice
Benson wrote the oliininn handed down
Fl I Tt I J I todav which reverses both the former
MjQQV BlOOd I decision of Justice Bean and tho judg-
wf 1 nient of the lower court. Justice Har
ris concurred in the opinion of Justice
Benson and Justice Bean dissented.
in his opinion Justice Benson said
that tiic question to be decided at this
time wii;-, "It the alleged nioiiiornnduin
sufficient to take the enso out of the
statute of frauds?" In view of the
I fact that the alleged letter did not
room where the Moscr & Grahnm pool live any other description of tho prop-
hall was. The Palm will bo in its new !prtv except to state the ownership the
quarters about the first of December.
A merry bunch of friends of Bernard
Nutting gave him a surpriso party on
Tuesday night, a fine lunch wns served
and a very enjoyable evening was pass
ed. Those present were Kiigna Qua)!,
Murie Wilson, Velma Moser, Lillian
Rosheim, Viola Sanders, Vivian
Browne, Rosa Pitman, lay Bentson,
Fern Sherlock, Ome Buell, Gail Jones,
Pearl and Sylvan McClenry, Bernard
Nutting, Harry Sprngue, Edwin Durno,
Itohlun Cooley and George Shields.
Miss Eva Miller wns a gue3t of Seliih
Springs friends last Sunday,
supreme court held that tho memoran
dum w-ns not sufficient. Tho court
held, however, that the existunee of a
written contract thnt could not be pro
duced in evidence might be established
bv parole evidence.
, Justice Mcliride recalled the laws of
Hammurabi in an opinion relative to an
eastern Oregon irrigation case and it
appears thnt they had irrigation troubles
in Assyria in t lie ancient nays tollow
ing the flood in which Noah distin
guished himself. Hammurabi reigned
over Assyria 700 years before tho time
of Moses and the lnw is the same today
as in 22.10 11. C. says Justice Mc Bride,
Miss I.illio Myne, of Boysfort, Wash., , rul;itivc" to ,j10 nmi'tainanco of dvkes
is assisting with tho work at the home
of her sister, Mrs. O. Kalston.
J. A. Muller, of Woodburn, wns visit
ing at the G. W. Loomis homo Mon
day. Miss Venita Moores entertained her
friends, tho Misses Junnita Moores nnd
Kthel Feist, from Salem last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Aldrich, of Salem,
spent Sunday with Silverton friends.
L. J. Davenport returned from Port
land Monday, after a short stay in that
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Slade nnd little
son were guests of Salem relatives lust
Mrs. L. J. Largent is enjoying n visit
from her sister, Mrs. C. J. Gulden,
Goldendale, Wash., this week.
A baby girl is reported nt the 0. J.
Seim home on Monday, Novumber 8.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. S. E.
Richardson returned from Woodburn
Tuesday where they had been in at
tendance nt a session of tho Eastern
Star Monday night.
Attorney C. E. Ifoss was a business
caller nt Corvallis the first of this
Dr. A. E. Wrighlmnn entertained his
friend, Dr. Miller, of Portland, over
Dr. Edwin I. Steams of New York,
who will also address the rally, is
known ns one of the most eloquent.
speakors of the national Anti-Saloon
The Admission is free, nnd the exer
cises of the evening will begin prompt
ly at 8 o'clock, with the introduction of
Governor Withvcomhe as chairman.
SALEM Y. M.C.A.WILL
KING PETER WOULD DIE
FIGHTING IN TBENCHES
Pnris, Nov. .10. That King
Peter of Serbia desires to die
in the trenches was the claim
of n Russian diplomat reported
in Salonika dispatches today.
Teams Lead By Ernest Blue
and Ray Baker Will Vie
Tho members of the Salem Y. M". 0.
A. held a rousing meeting around the
banquet board lust night to instill some
w m. u;,r,1,ut. thinir in thfi
world to get rid of a corn, when you Suniliiy.
.lnAf" the world's greatest Mr. nud Mrs. Elwood Small
corn-riddcr. Really, it's almost a
pleasure to havo corns just to boo
guests at the homo of Mrs. Smnll s
and the damages inflicted by the break
mg ot these dykes.
The other cases decided this mom
Lucy Bella Mitchell, appellant, vs.
Mary E. Sturtcvniit, appealed from
Ernie county, motion to dismiss appeal
allowed, opinion by Justice Benson.
T. A. Burton, appellant, vs. F. 0.
Young et al, appealed from Malheur
county, appeal dismissed, opinion by
Chief Justice Moore.
J. S.-Edwards, appellant, vs. Fire
men's Fund Insurance compnny pip
penled from Malheur county, nction to
recover on promissory notes, opinion by
Chief Justice Moore, Circuit Judge
Biggs' judgment for defendant af
firmed. C. W. Mullett vs. R. F. Taylor, ap
pelant, appealed from Malheur coun
ty, suit to restrain defendant from per
mitting wnter used by him to over
flow plaintiff's lund, opinion by Justice
McBrnle, Circuit Judge Biggs' judg
Wciser Land company vs. John Boh
rtr et al, appellants, nppealed from
Malheur county, nction to enforce spe
cific performance of a contract, opinion
by Justice Mcliride, suit dismissed.
First. National Bank of Ontario vs.
T. M. Seawenrd et al, appellants, ap
pealed from Malheur county, suit in
volving mortgage on real property, op
inion bv Justice Burnett, judgment of
BERG ER At his residence, KM 5 Court
street, November I t, 11115, Frederick
W. Bergpr, ut the age of 05.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock
Thursday from tho residence, with bur
ial nt City View cemetery. He is sur
vived by two sons living in this city.
Market Trend Upward
In Leading Stocks Today
(Copyrighted 11)15 by the New York
New York, Nov. 10. With perhaps
some increase of activity, the general
trend of the market todny wns upwards.
Tho movement wns not regularly dis
tributed, however. War shares were
again wenk, and the action in n good
many others was uncertain, (hi tho
other hand, railways received aggres
sive support and copper shares wero
ugnin bill up, apparently under con
certed "inside activities."
A rise of half a cent in copper metnl
in the past two days, and of one cent
sinco a week ago was the obvious basis
for this movement. The day's rise, in
mercantile marine securities (once the
ill-fated "shipping trust") merely re
fleeted tho market's-view of tho good
fortune which the war has brought to
the enterprise which was viewed in
differently in peace.
RESERVE BANE PROFITS
contest which is to be pulled off by the
local association. It was found, how
ever, that the problem would be on the
best menus of curbing the riiin'punt
Eyre, Dr. M. C. Findlcy, D. W. Fischer,
('has. H. Fischer, Frank E. Frickcy, '
Daniel J. .Fry, Jr., Orris Fry, Carl 1).
dubricllsiiii, Fred Giihlsdorf, -Max Gehl
hnr, Wm. George, Jr., 0 J. Green, Fink
hum Gilbert, Bryan Goiideninigli, Jsa
doro Gicenbaum, Wallace Griffotli,
C. S. Hamilton, Ralph Hamil
ton, Win. M. Hamilton, Otto Han
son, A. M. Hansen, Oral Hugadnrn, (
H. A. Harris, Judge L. T. Harris, Nick .
K. Hatch, E. W. Hazard, C. C. Ilickox,;
Edwin M. Hoffnell. Archie Holt, Bill I
initial enthusiasm into the membership Howard, Carson Hunt, Arthur llutcli-
eon, rnui ,jonnsou, u. c. imumh-u, j...
I), Keeler, Harry Kellis, M, A. honor.
E. A. Kurtz, Kenneth Lcgg, Florence
Leggett, Lloyd Lee, John 11. Lewis,
Carl Mason, Dr. R. F. iiclutyie, B. C.
... . . .i . l l Mil iViilMlJI. 1M. IV. . i'll.l
spirit which nreatens to iiring u, new Minton. Carl Mi.itou, W. W.
mcmnersuntiitueprese.it uui.uing win M olivor 1!y(, Jvnll Uvl)nn
nephew, F. M. Fresh, in tho Waldo Hills ''"''c for Ptal' "'ou
tita-U" FuU Your Feet In Clorer.
them com off with "Clots-It." It just
the corn from the true flesh,
ewily, and then makes it conjo ' clean
off " 48 hours ends corns for keeps,
i. hn use. of tano. corn- sauce
' Isc bandages, Irritating salves, knWes,
eissors, and rnsors really look ridicul
ous. Oct rid of those corns quickly,
uraly, painlessly just easily, with
Uets-Ib. f wnris sun '"! "
ti. iv. nnil, century wav.
"dots-It" Is sold by all . druggists,
25o a bottle, or sent diroct Dy
, reoce ft Co., Chicago.
Mrs. Wm. Moores nnd family enjoyed
a visit from the former's father, J.
II. Hicks, of Woodburn, who returned
to his home Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. L. F. Mnscher left Inst
Thursday for a visit nt the Frisco fair
and will spend some timo at other Cali
fornia rioints before their return.
Mrs. Joe Kercher's friends will lie
glad to know bIio wns nble to be taken
home from the hospital Momlny after
having been there the past two weeks.
Mrs. John Merrifield. of Arlington,
Ore., who has been a guest at the F. B,
Decker homo, Is spending a lew uuys
with friends nt Stayton.
Mrs. Nels Hengum delightfully enter
tained tho Young Ladies' society of the
United Lutheran church nt her home
north of town, on Saturday of last
week. A nice lunch was served snd a
very pleasant afternoon passed.
G. J. Taylor, editor of the Molalla
Pioneer, with his wife, were cnllinB in
Silverton a short timo Sunday, on their
way home from the editorial meeting at
Mrs. John Wolfnrd entertained her
sistor in-law, Mrs. Wallace Mount, the
first of the week. Mrs. Mount is the
wife of Judge Mount, of Olympia,
Wash., and came hero from Oregon City,
where she had been visiting tho rcla
tives at that place.
Jlaynes Commercial company ct al vs.
Daniel Grnbill, appellant, suit to fore
close liens for materials and labor, ap
pealed from Baker county, opinion by
Tustieo Benson, judgment of Circuit
Judge Anderson for plaintiff modified.
King Colony Irrigation company vb.
Ketttt i'nyne, appellant, appealed from
Mnlhcur county, suit to recovor on
notes, opinion by Justice Harris, Cir
cuit Judge Biggs' judgment for plain
Titlo Jnsiirnneo & Trust company, ap
pelant, vs. John U. Coffey, receiver
tor the Northwestern Long Dtsuinco
Telephone company, appealed .from
Multnomah county, suit to foreclose a
mortgage given by telephone company,
motion to (lismlss nppent denied, opm
inn bv Justies Benson.
Estclla Peterson vs. Emma B. Thomp,
sou et al, appellants, appealed from
Douglnn, suit to foreclose mortgage, pe
tition for rehearing denied, opinion by
Hehcarhigs were denied In the fol
lowing: State vs. Butts, Wood Real
ty company vs. Wood, Stato vs. School
District No. a, Portland vs. New Eng
land Casualty company, Camp ft Dupey
Motions to ndvancn the cases of
Thiclke. vs. Albeo and Sterrett vs. Port
1 Motion to rot ox costs In Monyejnno
Washington, Nov. 1(1 Gross earnings
of the Snn Francisco reserve bunk for
October were $10,018 and the net prof
its $1,081. The 12 bnnks' gross earn
ings were $221,953 and the net, profits
$k7,M0. St. Louis was tho only bunk
registering a deficit.
BY TRADING AT THK
YOU WILL HELP TIIE
FURNISH THEIR NEW QI'AR- if
TEltS. BUY YOPR THANKS- T
GIVING CANDY TOMOHKOW I
OK TAKH LUNCH WITH I'S.
THE Y. W. C. A. WILL SERVE
not hold them
The two membership teams are cup
tained by Ernest Blue und Ray linker
an licutenantcd by James Elvin und
James Hnrtwcll respectively. Both cap
tains and lieutenants niiide speeches nnd
all spoke for the success of the whole
association rather than tho individual
success of the teams nnd nil promises
well for a huge membership cniu
paign. The following is the personnel of the
membership team led by Cnptuin Hay
Baker and Lieutenant J. D. Hnrtwcll:
Burrel Adams, Hex Adulph, C. E. Al
bin, JoBeph H. Albert, Glen Ackermai.,
Fred Byuon, Jr., E. T. Barnes, Shirley
Harhyte, Clarence Bayes, Dr. J. C. Bel
linger, Chas. E. Bier, R. C. Bishop, Wm.
Brown, Kenneth Bell, J. Robertson
Brooks, Scire Buell, Wymdnm Huron,
Mux C. Huron, Julian Burroughs, Wil
liam Campbell, Joe Carver, John Car
son, B. M. Childs, Keymond Clark, Fay
H. Collins, Fred Cook, Clarence Corey,
Dolph Craig, Curtis Cross, Burtis Demi,
Harold Davis, J. H. Dnvies, Frederick
Dec.kbnch, J. D. Drager, Wm. Button,
Wayne Elgin, N. D. Elliott, S. B. El
liott, Dr. Fred Ellis, (!. M. Eppley, Wm,
Esch, John H. Furrnr, Frederick Farrnr,
Dr. E. K. Fischer, Ivan Fruit, Jacob
I Fuhrer, A. D. Gardner, L. H. (leer, Kay
1). Giibert, H. S. Gilo, Tutor Grnber,
Lewis Griffith, John Griffith, W. S.
Hale, Arthur Hamilton, Hnrrold Hamil
ton, Chester Hargroe, J. W. Harbison,
Trncey K. Hatch, Goo. Hatch, R. J.
Hendricks, Claude Hill, V. G. Holt, a.
E, Houston, Chas. Hoggins, I'.rnest n.
Hunt, Allen Hutchen, Walter T. Jenks,
Arthur Jones, F. H. Kaylor, Chas. No
lan, B. T. Kumler, Chester Kurtz, James
Liggett, A. A. Lee, .Inek Luukor, Harry
Miirslinl . Jr.. .limine wnrr. Arcnie mat-
lock, Kenneth Mickey, Roy Mills, Ralph
Miller. W. B. Alinier, Joe Minton, Kiupn
D. Monies, Frank Myers, 0. M. McCart
ney, Wm. 11. McUiIchrist, Jr., uoriiou
McGilchrist, George McGilchnst, trod
Neidercrome, Henry Kiiilcinr, i;. u.
Rice. 0. M. Roberts, Edgur Rowland,
A. A. Schramm. Hurley Seamster, Cecil
Schnefor, Fritz Slnde, Waller Smith,
Frank Srionrs, W. I. Stnloy, Dr. B. L.
Stoeves, Clnudo Steusloff, Milton Stern
er, F. W. Steusloff, Lawrence ilirnpp,
W. H. Trindell, Paul B. Wallace, (loo.
J. Watson, Kenneth Waters, H. E.
Welch, Hurley O. White, :. r'. Williams,
Halph Wilson, R. E. Wilder, Walter
Winslnw, Thomns Wood, Chester Ynntis,
.Tnmes B. Young, Allen Carson, L. S.
(leer, W. A. Donaldson, Dr. W. A. Olson,
J. H. Lautermnn, K H. uiinger, n. J.
Stnnn, L. C. Smith, Dr. F. H. 1 honipson,
(1, B. Webb, C. C. Foreman, K. II. Hunt, ;
Otto Kubin, Dr, B. F. Pound.
The following is tho personnel of the
tonm led by Ernest Blue, captain, nnd
J. Elvin, lieutenant!
Richard H, Avison, Carlo Abrnms,
Monford Adams, Wavne Allen, Guy Al
bin, W. 0. Allen, Karl H. Anderson, Dr.
W. 0. Asseln, Donnld Byrd, Richard
Barton, Ralph Bnrnes, John Biiyne, Al
bert Rnyne, Armln Berger, Breymnn
Boise, U, G, Boyer, 0. 0. Brown, Y. 11.
Buchtel, Walcott Biiren, W. H. Burg
hardt, Jr., Sinn. J. Butler, Edward
Clark, Tom R. Campbell, B. E. Carrier,
Rawsnn H. Chapin, J. W. Church, Thom
as Clark, Russell Collins, H. V. Comp
ton, Miller Conner, Milton Cox, Leon
Culbortson, Herbert Junk Darby, Earl
Dane, Frank Deckehauch, Budd Do
Lapp, 0. K. DeWitt, Sylvester Denrfler,
John Duliuls, W. 0, Dyer, Harold Enk
In, Hnrrv Elgin, O. M. Elliott, Rev. 0,
K. Elliott, Asel Eoff, Dr. H. 0. Foley,
thus. Eppley, W. D. Evans, David W.
THE HOME OF PARAMOUNT
TODAY, WEDNESDAY AND
The public have been accus
tomed to paying $5.00 per scat to
see Miss Farrar la Grand Opera.
Our patrons may havo the pleas
ure of seeing her in this great
est of all moving picture prod
uctions at Portland prices.
MATINEE 10c EVENING 15c
iels, .liniies McGilchrist, L. M. McKi.i
ney, Prof. J. C. Nelson, Glen ('. Nilcs,
A.' .1. Heinlinit, Ray Richardson,
Tlieo. Koto, Heed Rowland.
"Court of Fairies"
Will Give Initiation
In Public Tomorrow
Tho Court of Fairies, tho juvenile!
organization of the United Artisans,
will put on their ritualistic work and
public initiation tomorrow evening at
the armory, beginning at 8 o'clock.
This is tne first public appearance
of this organization, said to be the only I
one of its kind in the United States, j
While other insurance companies iu-j
sure children, this is the only fraternal
order of tho kind. Fully 100 children1
will take part in the initiation and
work, with Marguerite Whito as ruler
of the Fairies, Alona Mchfimn, chancel
lor and l.etiia Wilson, past ruler.
Among tho Portland people who will
come to take notes of this new order,
are Judge Robert Morrow of the Board
of Investors of tho United Artisans,
II. S. Hudson, supremo muster Artisan,
and C. L. McKennii, supremo secretary.
Harvey Hudson, Jr., und Airs, Martin,
of Portland, will assist in the program
with vocal solos, nnd tho Hebel Uier
ryhuil band will also roinler several so
ections. To add to tho cnloitaiiiinont
of the evening, the prize drill team
of the .Artisans will put on the same
drill given lit. Onkuuid this summer und
liio Artisan orchestra will play.
.Many or too stutu niiiiso ollicials
A FOX FEATURE
The Family Stain
MRS. LESLIE CARTER
THE HEART OF
Portland, Ore., Nov. 10. Oiivernorii
Liht.-r, of Washington, Alexander, of
lililhj, and Withvcomhe. of Oroirnn. n,,.
are expected to bo present, including I "' ri "'."ttonu tho state convention of
Tho initiation of this juvenile lodge
has attracted much attention, and to
uecoinoilntc the large membership of
tho United Artisans and their ninny
friends, tho management though best
to hold the exercises iu the armory.
Resignation of Pastor
Harry E. Marshall Accepted
The resignation of the Rev. Hurry E.
Marshall, pastor of the First Baptist
church, was accepted by tho trustees
of tho church Sunday morning. The
pastor, will cont inue with tho church j
until the first of tho year, when ho
will dike up his evangelistic work, lie-1
ginning with tho Kust Side Baptist.
church of Portland. From this work, hi: .
will go to Baker City for three weeks,1
then to Bend for three weeks. ;
Next Monday Mr. Marshall will go
to Corvallis to tako up evangelistic
work, following tho Rev, llinson of;
Portland. .Iheso services will continue
about two weeks. j
In resigning as pastor of the First,
Baptist church, and going into the,
evangelistic, field, Mr. Marshall has the
best wishes and fellowship of the Snlenr
church. A number of Saloni men are!
planning with Mr. Marshall to work
with him and tako nrt In the responsi
bility of this new field which ho has
As yet, the trustees of lite First Bap
tist, church havo selected no successor
to Mr. Marshall.
Phone 81 for hotter carrier
the Anti-Saloon League which will onon
Former Conjri-eiismnn Richmond Pear
son Ilnbsiin, of AIii!mi,i,i, hero of tho
Merriiiins, wilt also be iu attendance.
Tins is tho first time that the gover
nors of three slates have assembled nt h
convention of this cha: n.e-. Incidental
ly, they repni'A'rt slates that will g(.
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