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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOl RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1916.
Did It Ever Happen to You?
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By Mort Ml Burger
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i straight-distilled, refinery gasoline.
A mixed or imperfectly refined gasoline breaks
pletely P"" C"bo ,Mlnd f exploding com-
(he Gasoline of Qualify
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S I R V I c K STATIONS
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
LTfitl 1 THJ (THE MAKE-") i fMAKis
CHINESE FANCY AND DRY GOODS
$1.50 Ladies' White Waists, sale . 9QC
$2.75 Ladies' Sweaters, sale' . . . JJ2.00
$1.00 per yard Dress Materials, sale . . .(J5c per Yard
18c per yard Dress Materials, sale . . . pgf Yard
$2.00 Ladies' Fancy House Dresses, sale $1.35
$3.25 Men's Wool Trousers, sale $2J)0
95c Men's Dress Shirts, sale (Jjjg
50c LadieV Silk Hose, sale 35c
We make,, up Ladies' Wrappers, Kimonos, House
Dresses and White Underwear.
291 N. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon
In the Circuit Court of the State of!
Oregon, for Marion County. Depart-'
ment NO. 2.
Elizabeth K. Hcise, "Plaintiff,
,B. J. Caldbeck, Harold Beujamin Cald
beck, Ruth Evangeline Caldbeck,
Olive Grace Caldbeck, Vernon George
Caldbock and Mrs. A. J. Gile, De
fendants. ' To tho defendants B. .1. Caldbeck and
Harold Benjamin Caldbeck: j
In the name of the State of Oregon,
vou and each of vou are hereby required
to appear and answer to the complaint
filed against you in the above entitled
tsuit, on or before the 13th day of April,
1916, and if you fail so to appear or
answer said complaint, for want thereof
the plaintiff will apply to tho court for
the relief prayed for in her complaint,
a succinct statement of which is as fol-
1. or i judgment ana decree agninsi
tho defendants heroin for tho sum of
$1,330.05 "with interest thereon from
February 13, 1915, at 7 per cent per an
num, aiid the further sum of $28.14;
for the further sum of $29.75 with in -
forest thereon from March 30, 1915, at;ami .j, A- DeBord. his wife, Defendants,
V per cent per annum; for the further ' for t)l0 , of $(.342.89, together with
mini of $20.39 with interest thereon ! jntCrest at tho rite of 7 per cent per
from January 24, 1916, at 7 per cent j anmlm from August 19, 1914, nnd for
per annum; for the further sum of $l.iUjtn(. further sum of $90.00 attorney fees,
attorney's fees; and for plaintiff 's! ani tjie further sum of $21.75 costs and
costs and disbursements in this suit. disbursements, anil the costs of and up
2. That plaintiff be decreed to hivei0H t li i a writ, commanding me to make
nnd to hold a first mortgage lien for i HJ1C 0f the following described real
the security of the amount duo upon
said decree on the following described
premises, to-wit: Lot No. 40 in Smith 's
Fruit Farms No. 2 in Marion county, j
Oregon, as shown by the recorded plat j
thereof on file in the office of Uccord-:
er of Conveyances for Marion cunty,
Oregon; and that said mortgage be fore-,
closed and tint the usual decree for the ;
sale of said premises be entered Jiiid
that said premises be sold according to
the law and practice of said court and
that the proceeds of said sale be applied;
in payment or the amount aue piuin-;0f tho county court house, in Salem,
tiff on said decree, and that the do-j Marion county, Oregon, sell at public
fondants and each of thorn, and all per-i !n.tion, subject to redemption, to the
sons claiming under or through them highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the
subsequent to the dale of the execution j right, title and interest which tho with
of said mortgage, to-wit, February 13,!i named defendants or cither of them
WI2, be barred and foreclosed of all had on the 19th dav of August, 1914,
right, title, claim or equity or redemp-;the date of the mortgage herein fore
tion in said premises, and that plaintiff closed, or since that date hid in and to
may have judgment and execution the above described property, or any
against the defendant B. J. Caldbeck j portion thereof to satisfy said judg
for any deficiency which may remain i meat order, execution, decree, interests,
after the application of tho proceeds costs and accruing costs,
of said s lie as herein stated, and fori YVM. ESOIT,
such other and further relief as to the, Sherif of Marion County, Oregon,
court may seem equitable aud proper v. I. NEEIMIAM,
herein. i Deputy.
You are further notified that this oil AS J. SCHNABEL,
summons is ecrved upon you by publi-
cation thereof in The Capital Journnl,
a daily newspaper printed and publish
ed in the city of Salem, Marion county,
Oreeon. and" that the dato of the first
. puplication of this summons is tho 2nd
day of March, 1916 and thit the last
publication thereof will be made on the
13th day or April, lHJb. xnis sum
published and' served toon!
mons is so
vou pursuant to the order of the Hon'rl,r UI, ,UB ol "
William Galloway, judge or saia court,;
which order was made and entered of
record in the said cause on the 2Sth day
ot February, 1916.
KOY R. HEWITT.
SMITH k SHIELDS.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersiened by an order of the county
court of Marion connty, Oregon, has
been appointed as administratrix nl the
state of H. B. Brophy, deceased. All
persons having claims against such
estate are required to present thm
within six months from the date of this
notice, with the proper vouchers, to the
undersigned at Balem, Oregon.
Dated this tb dav of March, 1918.
CASS IE J. BKOPIIi',
Notice is hereby given to All Whom It
That the undersigned has been duly
appointed executor of the estnte of
Burkhnrt Youueable. deceased, and all
persons having claims against the. said
estate are hereby notified to present
the samo to the undersigned W. E. Mil-
lor at 1427 North Church street, in tho
City of Salem, Oregon, within six
months from tho date of the first publi
cation of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this Gth
day of April, 1916.
V. E. MILLER,
Executor of the Estate of Burkhart
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
T tll0 circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the Countv of Marion,
jo)ianna ic-n. .,aintiif,
e. p. DeBord and J. A. DeBord, his
wifC) Defendants. .
. By v;rtUe of in execution, judgment
orii,.ri decree, and order of sale issued
.out of the above entitled court in the
aJ0VC entitled cause to me directed and
dated the 13th day of March, 1916 up
on judgment and decree rendered and
entered in said court on the 21st day
of February, 1910, in favor of Johanna
pi,. P,itiff. nirninst. E. V. Deliord
An 0f (,t numbered four (4), in
Woodburn Fruit Farms, as shown bv
tho duly recorded pl.it in tho office of
the county recorder for Marion county,
Oregon, said property being situated in;
county and state.
Xow, therefore, by virtue of said ex-
petition ad judgment order, decree and'
ortitT of sale, and in compliance with
the commands of said writ, I will on'
Saturday the 15th lav of April, 1910, ,
,t II o'clock a. m., at the front, doori
.Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated this Iflth of March, 1910.
First issue March 18, 1910.
Last issue April 13, 1916.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby (riven that the un
dersigned has been appointed ndminis-
""'.'i.""; " "j
of Marion County, Oregon, and ha
qualified. All persons having claims
against said estate are hereby notified
to present the name to me at the Pu
preme Court Library, Salem, Oregon,
duly verified, and with the vouchers
therefore within six months from the
Dated and first published March 23,
E. N. GIT.TJNGHAM,
Mar. 23, Apr. 20 Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed by
the County Court of the State at Ore
gon for the County of Mnriim as ad
minratrator of the estnte of W. H. Clay
pool, deceased, and that he has duly
Dallas Monthly Sales
Have Been Discontinued
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore, April 13. At the last
meeting of the Dallas Commercial club
it wns decided to discontinue the month-
! ly sales that have been held for the
past several months under the auspices
ot the club. The attendance at the wales
at first was large but they have, gradu
ally decreased until when the last sale
was pulled off on the 25th of last month
there were hardly enough buyers for
the articles put up for sale. It is the
opinion of Secretary IT. S. I.oughary,
who has had charge of the sales that
interest in the proposition is on the de
cline so the club decided to abandon
the undertaking. It is possible that at
a later date the sales may be taken up
again by either the Dallas Medchants'
association or the l'olk County Farm
Mrs. Minnich Adjudged Insane.
Mrs. Ida Minnich, divorced wife o'f
Charles Minnich, a former business man
of this city, was adjudged insane by
Justice of the Peace Hardy Holnmn
last Saturday, who acted in the place of
County Judgo John B. Teal, after a
thorough examination by Dr. B. H. Mc
Callon. Mrs. Minnich showed no radi
cal .symptoms of insanity in" tho ex
amination made by Dr. McC'allon but he
gives the opinion that family troubles
causes her to be mentally depressed and
unbalanced at times. A sunstroke suf
fered by Mrs. Minnich several years
ago is also thought to have some bear
ing upon her mental condition. The com
plaint was made by her father-in-law,
J. J. Minnich.
May Open Dallas College.
At the annual meeting of the confer
ence of the Vnited Evangelical church
held in Portland last week it was unan
imously decided to re-organize the old
Dallas college and establish a Bible
training school in connection with some
educational institution of the. state.
The trustees were authorized to organ
ize a corporation to take over the pro
perty of the college and proceed to
organize a school with some educational
institution that promises the best op
portunity. Smiths Found Guilty.
The first enso to claim the nttcntinn
of the circuit court for the April term
was the case o'f tho stale against Cliff
and Frank Smith charged with main
taining a public nuisance in Independ
ence in that they allowed gambling in
their pool and billiard hall in the above
city. After listening to the testimony
of a number of witnesses the jury re
tired and after being out about two
hours brought in a verdict of guilty.
The case came up in the February term
of court but the jury failed to agree
and the case was carried over to the
Skin fjuflercr--try thin m-w p;ilve compound
'f Iti'tilini, herlia. ICKxma niv.-q vim iiiki itnt relief f rnn
'.v. (tij.trv-,1 eczi'ma nnd idl furcis of skin c'ii-iL.u.
. ;:np!tia vitniiih In a flight.
V. c lire I lie only dnml-lH in tin town frnni
wli'iTl ll'Krma, lliu Kn-iil In rni.l Ii .ihi, inn h ..-.iio ih
C'im in tunny unil uk us abuut bur Inuutiybuck kuiu
aiiioa to briujr you rtliof.
Crown Drug Co., 332 State street.
qualified as such administrator. All
persons having claims against the estate
of said decedent are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified, to me,
at the office of my attorney, 203 Hub
bard building, in the City of Salem, in
Marion Coanty, Oregon, within six
mouths from the dnto of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 8th day
of April, 1916.
T. G. CHESTNCT,
Administrator of tho Estate of W. H
NOTICE "OF FINALSETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administrator of the e-state
of David Shpphcrdson, deceased, has
filed in the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Marion,
his final account as snch administrator,
and that said Court has fixed Monday,
the 15th day of May, 1916, at tho hour
of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day as the
time, and the County Court room in the
County Court House, in Salem in Ma
rion County, Oregon, as the place for
hearing said final account and till ob
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 11th day
Of April, 1016.
. A. M. CLOTOH,
Adminitrator of the Entate of David
Shcpherdson, Deceased. May 11
Country to Honor
"BilT of the Play
In all colleges and literary centers in
the United States, plans are under way
for the observance o'f the tercentenary
of the death of Shakespeare. AVhil,? his
tory is somewhat uncertain as to the
exact date of the birth of the poet,
there seems to be a preponderance of
evidence that his death occurred on the
23rd of April, 1016. For the students
and scholars living in Snl.'ni who are
interested, the public library hns pre
pared a' special shelf of the works of
Shakespeare and has also added many
volumes of interest. The most :mpcrt
ant as well as expensive addition to tho
Shakespearian literature, is the collec
tion of six volumes of ihe Variorum
Shakespeare, edited by Henry i'oruce
Furness. These volumes nr? of great
interest to the student of Shakespeare
as they contain notations on ninny of
the disputed passages and refcnices
to tho many historical points end
grammatical phrases that liav been un.
der dispute. A 'special Sho kosncurinn
bulletin hus been prepared by Miss
Dallas Local News
(fnpital Journal Special Service. I
Dallas, Ore., April 13. Lamar Tuoze,
a student at the University of Oregon
at Eugene, is in the city a guest at the
home of his brother, Walter L. Tooze.
George W. Conkey, a prominent busi
ness man of Independence, was a busi
ness visitor in the county seat Tues
day. Mrs. Fiber Struyer, of Portland, is a
guest at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Cosper, on Ilnyter street.
Frank Gilliam, of Airlic," is in the
city this week on business.
Billie Mc Adams, a prominent Inde
pendence citizen, was in the city Tues
day afternoon attending the Smith trial
at the April term of the circuit court.
Mr. nn, I .Mrs. C. W. Shultz and Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Sliultz were in Mc.Minn
v i lie, Sunday visiting at the home of
Mr. and -Mrs. Karl Shultz.
Mr. and .Mis. .1. M. Campbell are vis
iting at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. William .May, at Salem,
Itevr. George 11. Bennett is in Sher
idan this week on church business.
Cnry F, Martin, a prominent, attorney
of the Capital City, was a Dallas visitor
tho first of the week. j
State Forester Frank Elliott, of Sn-1
lem, was in Pallas, Monday, attending j
n meeting of the directors of the l'olk
County Fire Patrol association. ;
S. B. Taylor is in Black Hock this!
week iloing senile surveying for the "Vil- f
Inmctto Lumber company. j
Mrs. Winnie Braden and sun, Theo
dore, returned the first of the week
from a week's visit at Spokane, Wash.,!
where they went to attend a meeting of
me agents ot tne iirtis i'uniislnng com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Begin visited rela
tives in Salem Sunday.
William Caldwell attended n concert
in Portland Monday evening given by
Damrosch, the famous musiciun.
W. B. McKownn, of Falls City, wns a
Dallas visitor the first of the week.
MOTORMAN FAINTED I
AND FELL FROM CAR
Senttle. Wash., April 13. Motorman !
John Molaud looked oilt of the vesti-
bulo of an Alki Point car, lost con
sciousness and fell to the trestle Intel
yesterday afternoon while his enr, full
of passengers sped toward the city The
pilotless carrier hid gone more than
a block when a passenger in tho front
seat noticed the absence of the motor
mnn, ran to the controller and Khut off
tho current. Mnland was found lying
unconscious with concussion of the
brain, where ho had fallen from his
This is only an admonition to defend
yourself against a snell of
To that end 70a roallr should try
ii Stomach Bitters
Eight candidates will participate in
i e annual silver medal contest whicn
will be held in the chapel of Waller hall
ion the evening of April 22, tho silver
meaal is ottered by the local prohibi
tion society: the contestants are not re
I quired to write their own orations but
.ii not tlinm fvnyn i imiili Inla 1 1...
the W. C. T. U.
The winner of the contest will be
eligible to tuke part in the gold medal
contest which will be held next year,
the gold medal is only offered once in
seven years so there, is considerable
honor attached In the winning of it.
Those who will enter the contest are:
Leslie Bailey, Louis Stuart, Harry llow
ers, Mne . Thompson, Josephine Trov,
Grace Sherwood, Mabel lloughey niid
Mrs. Hox.inna .McCain.
President Honey will preside at the
meeting and the ladies' glee club will
give several selections. Marry Mills
will also give several instrumental so
los. The judges for the occasion are to
be: Mrs. Sarah Brown Savage, Miss
Ida B. Davis and itev. Cnrl II. Elliott.
Miss Gladys Carson, u junior in the
college, is the president of the local col
lege organization and she has been
largely responsible for so
ing the contest.
Willamette university debute teams
are spending n great ileal of time in
preparing for the coming debate be
tween Willamette and: Pacific which
will be held in the chail of Waller hall
on the evening of April 21. Mr. Harry
Savage and, Mr. Harold Kn kin, who are
on the team w;nt to Portland the lat
ter part, of last week to hear a debate
at Heed college on the same question
which they will debate Pacific in the
near future. Two teams will debate
the question tho same evening, one go
ing to Forest Grove, the other rcmniu
inir here to meet n tcitm fi-i.m I'.ioW;,.
Willamette has beaten Pacific, in every' this year as they feel the icsults were
contest in which the two schools have such as to justify its retention. Alim!
participated in this year and expects 40 iiigh schools throughout the slute
to keep up its enviable record through-1 will be given the privilege of sending
out the year. a graduate to Willamette next year,
Herbert lllatchford, accompanied by each student to have received the hi.Ji
Manager of Eorcnsics Smith and the est standings in his scholastic, work
Misses Fne and Fern Wells will loivo while in hiijh school. The scholaishin
ll'i'Klay morning tor Forest Grove where
Hlutchforil will represent Willumetti
the iiiter-collegiale prohibition routes:
in the evening. Tiicic will be five col
leges represented in the contest, J'n
cilic. university, Pacific college, Mc
Miiinville college, Kug bible univer
sity nnd Willaineltc university.
The annual V. W. ( '. A. convent ion
will be held nt- (Wvallis this year, be
ginning April II, and la., ting t'o (lie 17.
Delegates I'roni four other colleges will
be present namely, Albany, Oregon, ( I.
A. C, Mc.Miiinvillo and Willamette. A
number of high schools will also at
tend the eonvoilioii so there will prob
ably bo a large 1 rnwd pi-esem.
who are planning to go from Willam
ette nre: Misses Aetna E11 1, llosn-
inond Gilbert, Edith Bird, A blie T'ibie,
Mae Thompson, Flora Jlousel, Hull)
Green, Mil. Ire, I Wiggins, Mabel Gar
rett, Fannie McKcnnon and Lyra Miles.
The semi-finals in the tennis tourna
ment were played off yesterday alter-;
noon and resulted in Paul Smith defeat-1
ing Karl Flegel and Howard .lewctt
n inning 1 nun jvtniu Irvine, t he scores
lor tut iirst match were: 4-0, 7-5, (i-l,!
ill favor of Smith. The scores for t.ie:
second mutch were: 0-0, 0-3. I
This pits Smith against .lewctt in'
tho finals, which will be played tumor-!
row afternoon. Both of yesterday's!
games were well played and t.'in winners1
nun iu pmy ai an times during the game
The Willamette Alumni association
is offering a prizo to the students of
the university, who shall receive the
highest grade in Latin and History of
the Constitution of tho Cnited Stales.
The prize consists of $20 in cusli, to be
divided equally between the two who
receive the highest murks in these two
subjects, or in case the winner happens
to be one and the same then he shall re
ceive tne entire amount.
The examination will be held each
year at least 10 days before tho com
mencement exercises, under the direc
tion of. the heads of the depart nts of
Latin and History. The prize will be
awarded publicly at the commencement
exercises. No person will be allowed
to compete in the examinations who has
previously won a prizo in tins contest.!
The prize is to bo known as the Alvanj
F. Waller prize, the alumni committer;
who were the inpins of establishing
tho prizo were: Miss Sophia Tnwnscnijjj
Tacoma, Washington; Mrs. I. H. Van-1
Winkle aud Burgess Ford, it is ex-;
pectc.l that this will be tho menus of
stimulating to some extent more i 11 1 or-'
est in these two subjects in the ycurs
to come. j
The board of trustees of Willamette,
university recently decided that the
system of awarding scholarships adopt
ed last year would be retained again
Our business is to shod
you in proper style, in har
mony with your attire and
give you perfect comfort.
Make it your business to see
the new Florsheim "Natural
Shape" shoes, shown in a
variety of lasts and leathers.
Styles of the Times
Regardless of the war advances in
leather, we are giving the same super
ior values in "FloTsheims." Many
wise men are buying for future use.
Florsheims in, Salem only of us.
HAMMOND -BISHOP CO.
! pays the .students' tuition' tor
tire year. Tnis year there are
re granted scholarships nnd tho
iiislees in considerine- the mutter -I
j rided that it was one of the best ineth
!ods of advertising this university that
: could be found.
I Not only was lust nighl one of un
i lnown deeds but ii, wns one of know
j ones as well, it seems that 11 number of
the academy students were discussing
the matter of holding a separate coni
; mciicenient exercises for the academy
j and one of their number was strongly
opposed lo the bleu and in older to se
nile a 11 1111 11 i in mis decision iL wns de
! rided to toss Hie objecting member 111
j to tin,' mill race and accordingly he w is
I introduced to the cool inviting depths
of the said amphibian abode. Although
1 the deed is known to have taken place
,110 ono seems to know who was the
1 cause or the menus. It, is snid how
lever, that a Stout man was the ictim
of tho plunge.
Tim V. W. ('. A. will be led bv the
freshmen girls iociiy. Their discussion
I will consist of talks oil college as seen
through green goggles. Today, wua also
sandwich day and a number of young
ladies stood at tho eiilraiice of Eaton
hall and sold sandwiches to tho students
UTshtytstspii Him, lii.OTsllli" 1 rtaiMni.syihs.isii itiwhBhiiiss ix lau 11 insw isAwasr bmmitimmrdSjmMmtmu,kmu, :
167 Coni'l Street
Hint stood about, hiving nothing' to du
for ;lic lime being.
Tomorrow the two young ladies soci
eties will meet, in joint session ill which
time Mrs. Alice llodd will give a lalk
.ii-s Horiilhv Jeffries will sing ami
Mi.-s Lucille boss will favor the as
sembly wit u an iiisl riiiiiental solo.
Following the irognini refreshments
j will be served I a social hour will ho
'lit III visiliu
and discussing topics
RUMOR IIITJj MARKET
New York, April 1 .1 A rumor
Hint German Ambassador Von
Bel'nslorff would be handed his
passports with a fortnight,
caused n drop in the stuck mar
ket today. Though the story
was unconfirmed and without
basis except the word nf Wash
ington brokers, it ginned gen-
0110 to three
$ :'(t :k !k
Why aro we popular? Be-
cause we tell you every day,
$ the news of tho world.