Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 29, 1916, Page SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1916.
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Grant Corby Is Urged
for District Attorney
On Democratic Ticket
The name of (Jrnnt Corby for the
democratic nomination for district at
torney linn been suggested by prominent
democrats for some time and today Mr.
Corby stated that he would accept the
nomination if his name were written in
ty the demotratic electors at the polls.
The chairman of the democratic state
central committee has also notified the
democratic voters of .Marion county
that Mark Weathciforil, of Albany,
will accept the nomination for repre
sentative in congress from the First dis
trict if his name is written in.
Chairman Bert Haney, of 1'ortland,
will notify all of his Alnrion county
democrats of the selection of Corby for
district attorney and Weatherford foi
Congress and will request that these
names be written by the democrats
at the primaries.
Marion Medical Society j
To Meet Here Tuesday
The I'olk-VamhiH Marion Medical so
ciety will meet Tuesday evening, May
1 in Salem, at the Medical collect)'
luiililinn 1
The application for membership of
Dr. June L. Kilmonilsnn, of McMinn-
ville, ft crnduate of the Itennett Med-!
jcal College, wilt be acted on at this
Sicoting. I
The following is the program of the
evening: Tneumonii, discussed by Dr.
B. H. .VlcCallon of Dallas. A general
discussion will follow the reading of
the paper. !
Medical Defense. This subject, cs-j
pceinlly in reference to the establish !
jnnet of a medical defense department!
of the State Medical societp will bo
prsntd by some member of tho state
council.
Yesterday E. E. Gilliam, of this city,
thought a fivo acre tract four milea south '
f Salem from 8. B. Kundel. Tho trnct ,
is improved and Mr. Rundel expects '
oon to begin the erection of a house.
Another deal of this week was a trade
between I.. C. Denison and Mauley Mar
tin. -Mr. Denison trades three houses j
near State and Nineteenth street for a
70-acre improved farm in I'nlk county
about half a mile west of Greenwood
station. In the deal, the houses were
Valued at H.flOO and the 7t)-aero farm
at $I0,&(HI. Mr. Denison will take pos-'
session of his farm at once. The two
deals were made by V. It. (Irubenliorst :
ft Co. j
la the chess and checker contest, to
ho held at the Commercial club this ev
ningi from 4:.'S0 o'clock until S, K. 11.
Urynnt, of Portland, editor of the liess
and checker column of the Oregouiuii,
will be pitted against his son, W. I..
Bryant. The father has been playing
about 40 years, while the son lays claim 1
to but 10 years' experience sinl lint It
are regarded among the best in tho
state. A. 0. Johnson, of 1'ortl:!'.' w.'H
a Harvard university chess pl-iyer, anil
('. K. Berg, of Portland, has plajvii three
times for the state ehniiipiouship for
eheckers, winning in his last. gani He
will play against Davo Drnger. '
Willamette Glee
Clubs to Entertain
When the Willamette Olee clubs give
their combined program on the evening
of May 3, one of the charming soloists
who will take part is Miss I.cla Belle
JlcC'addam, a freshman in the College
of Liberal Arts.
Miss McCuddam is a singer of no lit
tle fame; coming here 'from Iftitlidrum,
Idaho, in ll'Li, she sang for several
months in the First Presbyterian
chinch. While living in Idaho she was
frequently in demand us a soloist in
Spokane und she always sang to a
pleased audience. Miss McCaddnm has
not yet finished her musical education,
although she has studied under some of
the greatest teachers in the northwest.
Previous to the arrival of Dr. Frank
Chace, who now has charge of the Col
lege of Music, Miss McCnddnm studied
under Jasper Dean McFall, of Portland,
and frequently appeared us a soloist at
the Sunnyside church und Westminster
Presbyterian church in Portland. For
the past year, however. Miss Mcf'uildiini
has studied under Dr. Chuee and is now
one of his most advanced students and
also the leading soloist lit the First M.
K. church. She has made herself very
popular with the music loving public of
Sulem by her willingness to sing at the
many und various occasions during the
past year. Her voice has been com
pared in quality and tone, by. some to
that of the great Alma (thick; it is a
rich deep lyric voice and carries well
in the largest hall. She has a large
repertoire of classic, music, and is never
nt a loss to respond to nn encore.
Her recent appearance at the inter
collegiate debate, where she snug ('ad
man's "From the Land of the Sky Blue
Water," was long and loudly npplnurtctl.
SILVERTON NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silvcrton, Ore., April lit). The Easter
dinner at the Christian church Satur
day was one of the most successful ones
ever held. Beginning at 11:I!0 the seuts
were at a premium for three hours and
a rush on the most of the time that
taxed waiters to the utmost, to serve
as fast as the orders came in. The chick
en pies were the best ever and such an
abundance of other good things to say
nothing of the eggs that were much in
evidence on ull the tables prepared spe
cially for this occasion. There was over
$ cleared above all expenses, and the
ladies are to be commended for their ef
ficiency and zeal. They feel well repaid
for all the hard work that goes to make
a success of one one of these big din
ners. There was n basket social held at the
high school on Friday night that will
be remembered as one of the happiest
events of the 1010 school year. Plain
baskets and fancy baskets, many in
pretty odd designs of ships, chairs, hats,
and flowers bedecked creations till il
seemed so hard to decide which was
best and many of the boys bought two
or three apiece, for luck. Before the
baskets w ere sedd I lie evening was spent
playing games in which the faculty
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TOM BRANFORD
COMMEDIAN
"THE HUMAN BAND"
"THE BEAUTY DOCTORS"
BIG, BRIGHT MUSICAL COMEDY. PRETTY CHORUS
CLEVER ENTERTAINERS
COIN'S DOGS
Vaudeville's Greatest Canine Actors
IT HAPPENED IN DOGYILLE'
; Buyers Would Contract
Next Year's Hop Crop 1 J TODAY'S BALL SCORES
Man On Trial for Slandering
Washington Brings Up New
Legal Question
Tucoinu, Wash., April t!0. Hoary
st itiilcs of the Romans, ancient der
ma u law volumes and musty Knglish
cases 01 centuries ago have been res-
. I.. Pendleton
as evidence iu
llal'fr, on trial
deorge Wash
is resumed in
The st He con
its case last
National.
Philadelphia
Boston
Alexander
j dowdy.
Cincinnati ....
Pittsburg .
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lies and
Portland, dr., April JO. A wave of
contracting lias swept over the Wash
ington and California hop markets and
the full prices being paid by buyers
iuilicate their faith iu the future of
the market, notwithstanding that some
! of the signs have appeared discourag
ing.
There has been no large dealings in
Oregon futures since the sale by Julius
Wnlf. (if Silvcrton lit. 1'? iiiits rciwirr-
ed in these columns several davs ago,1 Toney, Schulz and Wingo; Mununaux
but a number of the buyers have I-- 1111,1 t! i lstm. Dale replaced Schulz.
cent orders, some of them for 100 and' K. H. K.
,")00 bales. . Brooklyn "i K!
The Wolf Hop company, of this city,' New York 4 17 4
has contracted with Banning, of Yu-! Smith, Marquard, Cheney anil Miller;
Kima, lor 4tl,nnn pouinls yearly tor Stroud,
four years at 12 cents with Ward &
urrected by Attorney I
ami will be introduced
the defense of Paul It.
for criiuinallv lihclliliL'
inirton. when the trial is resumed in """'dug for :t"),0()(l pounds yearly for
superior court Miiudav. The st He con- '""r years at the slime prices. Other
rinded presentation 'of its case last Vakimii contracts iniiile by this firm
evening. at cents were the following: ller-
In denying a motion by the defense ' r""i "0,000 pounds, three years; Cage,
for a dismiss.il, Judge Card ruled that j 'tO.OOH pounds, one year; Kred Kgliu,
under the statutes of the state, nud' "M""1 I'oumls, one year; McKay, 80011
nerson is liable to arrest on a charife 1 pounds," one year.
ot criminal libel tor the criticism
deceased persons, even as far back
Anderson anil ttarii'
R. H. E.
St. Louis N 10 I
Chicago 4 ;i
Doak, Sallee, donales and Snyder;
McConnell, Prendergast and Fisher.
for the criticism of
even as far back as
A I a 1 1 1 . 1 he st.itute fixes no limit to
the time within which the possibility
of libel ceases, he held, and the ques
tion of whether malicious intent is in
volved must be hie deciding factor in
each case.
The ease is without parallel in the
annals of American jurisprudence, and
no modern precedents of any sort aru
available, attorneys agree.
Attorney Pendleton's chief argument
for disinisral was that unless the opera
tion of the state libel statutes were con
fined to the mailer of libeling a de
ce.ised person within the lite time of
his family, prosecutions could be car
ried to an absurd length, and practic
ally no person be free I'loiu liability
of arrest.
"This is the most, preposterous case
I have ever heard of," I'einlleton said.
"There iins never been anything like
it, except o:ie old Knglish c.ise that
was dismissed. If we can have the
libel of Washington, we can have also
the libel of Adam, Jesus Christ, Napo
leon, any one who is dead, and have
cases in court every d.iy just as silly
as this one."
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Jlthel Hnrryniore in Kiss of Hate show ul Oregon, Sunday and Monday
There is Only One
Twentieth Century Limited
20 Hours, Chicago to New York
it J?MiJrli sjr- "cr i
"The Onl
It Operate Over
Water-Level Route"--You Can Sleep
NewYork&ntral Lines
Arriving at and Departinf from th Mtxt Centrally Located Statioot
Grand Central Terminal, New York
La Salle Street Station, ChkafO
Lt. Chlctfa 12:40 Noon KnC!eooJ 12:53 p.m. Arr. Ne York. 9:40 a.m.
Apl? to jtm lonl ifnt far ttcfcttt ml tlMvhic ru nn 0m, r far nlm lafanMlba,
cil a ar aaariaa
PORTLAND OFFICE. 109 TVirJ Stra
W. C Saacanat, fcaaacai A rani f l Uaaai liuaM
Valley Canning Company
Is Formed at Newbcrg!.o
A cooperative cannery with a capi
talization of $.111,110(1 was incorporated
today and the articles filed at the of
fice of the corpor.tt ion commissioner.
The i'uii'Kiii v proposes to handle all
hinds of farm products and to work
to toe lu'st interests of the farmers
and fruit growers of the community in
general. The incorporators were J.
William Chninheis, Craijr Doer und II.
I!. Crmvell. The c.iuuorv will he locat
ed at Newlierit.
I he tliinnna Tail lieta. a younj; men s
hoarding tduh was also incorporated
today and will lie located it. 1702 Mon
roo street in C'orvallis. The property of
the chili is valued at $1511 and its dura
tion will he "durinir yood hehuvior"
which may mean that it will he perpet
ual and then iiuni it illicit end the
first time the uiierclassinen of the
house duck a college professor hv mis
taking him for one of their errant
treshnieii.
Aeeordini! to California reoorts 10.-
1)00 hales of new crop Sncraiucntoes
iiave heen contracted for to date and
au cipiul quantity is controlled hy deal
ers. Anion); the contracts just report
ed in that state are the following:
White & Terry, '.'nil hales of Sncrumen
toes, two yertis at 11 cents to Donovan;
.Mrs. Merkly. 40,000 pounds for three
lyeiirs, at 11 1-2 cents; W. (Irmishaw,
-10,000 pounds of Sacra mentoes, three
years lit II 1-2 cents; Ciinuinhnni, 2U0
hales American Rivers, one year, nt 10
cents, to Wolf Hop Company; William
jMinkes, 100 hales for one year, at .10
'cents, to William I'hlman & Co.
! Spot transactions in the California
market have been at eipially final
prices. i
Wheat ig Selling
I Solliujf by farmers has become n1
little more free in the past few days.
Some trading between dealers is also!
reported. The few changes mado in
bids at tiie .Merchants' K.xrhnnye yes-i
terday wro at advances of 1-2 cent to
,1 cent. Offers tor oats were raised;
-.I cents to ,")0 cents. j
1 liradst reels reports exports this week,
:at x.ooo.ooo bushels of wheat anil l.-l
j lOo.oiill bushels of oats.
I Argentine wheat shipments this week I
'lire 1,S,'I2,00() bushel, against 2,0."iS,000:
bushels last week and 4,020,000 bushels!
ear nuo. Argentine freights to
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I i.i . vi i'i'wi iiiv th-- itiniiiM -i cents
! from New York to the same port. j
I Egg Market ia Weaker
i There was nn easy feeling in the
egg market, but receipts were well
taken cue of nt the ruling prices,
j I l-2(i7 22 edits, ease count. There
were no new developments iu the hut-
i ter situation.
Poultry was firm, with hens selling
nt. 17 I 2(Vi IS cents. Dressed meats
were weak.
American.
New York
Philadelphia
r'isher and Nunumaker;
Meyer. Cullop replaced
innings.
li. IT. K.
... 4 IS 2
.... 2 9 1
.Meyers and
Fisher. 10
E.
Huston
Washington
Foster and Thomas;
Ainsmith.
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0 4 1
4 8 1
Johnson and
R. If. F..
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Duhue and
Duhuc. 1 1
Cleveland
Detroit
Klepfer and O'Neill;
Stallage. Dtiass replaced
innings.
r. ir.
Chicago 3 7 1
St. Louis 1 7 2
Kussell and Schalk; Hank and
demons.
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O'NEIL
in her superb best
"The Witch"
From Sardou's greatest play "The Sorceress"
jYe Liberty Theatrej
A man who wants to he a candidate :
for office can usually make enough
noise about it to convince, liinraull.'
the people are calling1,,
Card of Than.'
We wish to express our grateful
thanks to those friends who so kind
ly assisted as during our sad here.ive
ment iu the loss of our husband and
brother, Kdwnnt (f. Uistine, especially
Salem bulge No. lit, Degree of Honor,
Hnrbers' union, Xo. (!20 and the Cher
ry city lodge h. (). (). .M.
Mrs. Florence Kistine,
Mrs. Mnrgnret. Kistine,
.1. M. Kistine.
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Iu Chapters starring The Fearless Heroiiip
"HELEN HOLMES"
and written hy FRANK HAMILTON SPEAHMAX, is built on a
series of extraordinary cliuinxes. A new two-act chapter of this
.Novel will appear at this theatre every
Tuesday and Wednesday, Starting May 2 and 3.
joined with the young people iu their
merry milking. Kvery one had a dandy
good time and the proceeds from the
sale of the baskets amounted to over
$10.
Mrs. M. I.. Hansen and mother, Airs
linker, who have been visiting the Char
ley Brookas family nt Bridal Veil, re
turned home Tuesday.
Mr. Iveison and family, of Montana,
arrived in the city Tuesday. Mi. 1 ver
min is a brother of .Mrs. yill Arthur,
chapel of Webb and dough, conducted
jhy tiie Uev. ('. R. Scott of the Friends
church. Burial will he in the Odd Fel
i lowo cemetery.
I Mr. Taylor was injured about ten
days ago in attempting to stop a run
jaway team. In his effort to stop the
j horses his right leg was broken. The
i injury, as well as the change from nn
i active life on the farnf, resulted in his
south of town and they plan on locating:
ill this vicinity.
The program lit the
church last Sunday night was excellent.
Kadi little tot had their pint almost
perfect, and so many of them helped out
iu the recitations and eantntn, .Mrs.
O. White had charge of the program
which was as follows; Organ solo hy
Miss Bessie Suuvold. Song hy the chil
dren, which 44 voices were blended in
tho "Christ in Risen" liymu. Recita
tion hy Nettie llutteberg, ami Florence
line. Song by the children. Recita
tion by four little girls. Lillian Rue.
Helen Bensou, Marie and Alt Ilea Mey
er. This was followed hy n quartette,
sung by .Miss Olive Moe. Mrs. A. i
White, Rev. A. O. vfiite and Oscar
Satern. The cantata was next on the
program und "The Wonderful Story"
of tiie life of Christ was given in recita
tion and song. The children were lis
sisted hv a quartette, consisting of Mr.
M. Ting"elstend, Olive Moe, Mr. Tingel
stead and H. V. Hansen. Another song
by the children ami an address by Rev.
White was followed by all singing the
doiology. There was a largo audience
greeted by the little folks and all en
joyed the evening to the fullest.
Miss Edna Steeu entertained the
teachers of the public school at her
home west of the university on W nines- j
duy VenlUg.
T. W. I.usk, who has been on a cruis
ing trip near Detroit, returned home
Monday.
There will be apecial election of of
ficers in this city Monday, May 1.
DIED
contracting pneumonia. His home
ut Spring alley and surviving him
Lutheran Synod 1 11 wi,low 1,11,1 f"ur ''ro.
was
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The Most Sensationally Dramatic
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PEARL WHITE,
CREIGHTON HALE and
SHELDON LEWIS
Who thrilled the world in "Elaine"
First Chapters start Tuesday, and
Wednesday and Every Week at
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CHILDREN 5c; MATINEES 10c; EVENING 15c
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