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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916.
Strong and Durable
TrunkSfSuit Cases and Bags
Big Assortment of Vacation Togs
Jack Tar Middy Blouses in many styles.. Khaki Clothing, excellent for coast :;
or mountains. Bathing Suits and Caps in the season's newest effects.
Sweaters of style and durable quality; many pretty colorings. Indian Robes '
and Steamer Rugs in a variety of designs. You can save money on all your ::
other vacation needs, too,
July ' 10 Haleai . P a triotic
League mass meeting at ar
mory, 8 p. m. .
July 1 2 New York . Socioty
picnic at state fair grounds.
July 12-18. Salem Chautauqua.
July. 30 Salem Street Railway
excursion to Newport -
July 10. Monthly meeting of
July 28. Wisconsin society re
union at State fair grounds.
Sept. 2o-30 Oregon State Fair.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glasse
u correctly. U. S. Bank. Bldj.
H. J; Hickerson, a student of Wil
lamette University, is employed at the
Harnes' cash store, beginning work
You can obtain panoramic rlews of
Company M at Khafcr's drug store or
Fatton's book store. Price 1.40 each.
Mrs. A. R. Baker and two children
of Hninier, Oregon, returned home to
day after three weeks visit in tho
city witii relatives and frimuls.
Our price are right, no reduction
necessary. Gardner & Keene, jewoleri
There is no excuse for ;joing hung
ry in Salem. Due restaurant today
marked on the sidewalk, "cnftVe and,
6 cents" with the additional informa
tion that a dinner would cost 13 cents.
. While other are reducing we are
increasing our stock. There's a rea
son! ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
ers and opticians.
Postum Cereal pkg 18c
50c Jap Tea . , . .28c
Cocoa, can 20c
25c Lemons, our
price ....... 20c
10c pkg. of Spaghetti,
Macaroni ..... 7c
9 lbs. of New Potatoes
We sell for less be
cause we haye less
Damon & Son
855 N. Oom'L
All Around Town
For the long or short trip you will find here just the carrier
to suit your purpose the kind that you can depend upon to
carry your things safely Regular Trunks, Steamer Trunks,
Wardrobe Trunks, Many different styles in Cases and Bags,
black or tan priced very moderate. (Second floor.)
if you purchase at Meyers.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Wireless outfit at a bargain. 195 S.
24th St, Phone 413.
The Elks will hold their regular
monthly meeting tonight. During the
summer months regular sessions me
held but once a moulh.
Dr. Alice Bancroft, New Breyman
building, Eye and Nerve Specialist,
Ira Mamilton who recently gold his
business interests in the city expects
to soon move to Missoula, Montana,
where ho will establish a business.
Electric studio, room 12 over Weller
grocery. Film developed 10c prints .'le,
open evenings for photos.
Bryan Hill, aged 10, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Hill, who reside on the Sil
verton road, six miles north of this city,
was drowned Sunday at Brighton, Iowa.
Come to us for tents, awnings, wag
on covers and camping supplies. K.
I.. Stiff & Son.
Former superintendent O. M. Elliott
is in Portland today, conferring with
President Hlack, retiring superintend
ent of the Lewiston, Idaho, state nor
mal school. Mr. Klliott will take
active charge August 1.
' Trade In your old stove as part pay
ment on one of our new Orhon l)e
l.uxe ranges. K. I.. Stiff & Son.
Hunt Brothers' cannery observed the
Fourth by closing down. The plant of
the Oregon Packing company continued
full blast, albeit some of the girls did
not appear for work in tho morning. !
Picking and canning also continued!
Sunday at this plant.
Let us figure on your next bill of
I lumber, full line of builders hardware
, and supplies. Falls City-Salem Lumber
Co., ;i49 s, lath. Phone Kia.
The state engineer's office has issued
a total of 1.17 permits for the use of
I water in various irrigation projects dur-
; ing ine- quarter just einteii. i neso pro
vide for the irrigation of 7,1110 ucres.
Small power development schemes are
included in the proposed installations.
I The regular meeting of the Salem
j Patriotic League will be held at the
.public library at 2:30 tomorrow after
noon. A full attendance is desired
ami all citizens of Salem who are in
; terested in tho work are asked to at
tend. The membership fee is 2"e.
i War or no war, Dr. W. O. Morehouse
believes in preparedness. He leaves to
day for Portlnnd with his family from
which city they will sail for Sail Fran
I eiseo, their ultimate destination being
, Monterey, Cel. Dr. Morehouse will at
tend the summer enmp for citizen sol
diers maintained by tho U. S. army at
! balera Is to have a night school.
This school will hold its first session
i tonight at the law offico of Ernest
lllue. . Captain Kosenberg is the teach
er and the scholars will be those who
are interested in the study of military
tactics and privates who would like to
fit themselves to become noii-eoiumis-
, The glorious fourth was a banner
I day for the Salem street cur railway.
Although every car iu the company
was on the line from the first early
j morning rush until midnight, there was
juo accident nor even a suggestion of
an accident. About 1S.500 fares were
jliauilled, 3.300 of these railing for
transfers, making a total of 22,000 pro-
pie handled. And the crowds were
handled by the boys in uniforms just
a if it was an ordiuary day affair.
The rree Methodists of the Salem
district will hold a camp meeting at
Broadway and JeftVrson streets from
.Inly 19 to 30. . A love feast will be
gin each day's services at 8 o'clock in
the morning, with preaching at 10, and
the regular afternoon and evening ses
sions. Special services wilr bo held by
Walter t'lotzback ami F. Hums,
with the Hev. Johnstone, district el
der in charge. Camping grounds are
Reports today from the Good Samar
itun hospital of Portland from the
Kev. Robert S. Gill who underwent an
operation last Saturday are to the ef
fect that he is holding his own and
that his condition in general is favor
Cantaloupe eaters will be obliged to
pay a few more cents per loupe. The
market is up and will likely stay up.
in fact, as long as the Imperial valley
is furnishing the supply, the retail
price will be several notches higher
than for the last few days.
Auto parties report the roads be
tween Salem and Lebanon in bad eon
il it ion, especially between Aiikenny
bottoms and Jefferson. Also between
Turner and Marion,' and even in Tur
ner, south oi the bridge to tho taber
nacle, the roads are reported to he bad
ly cut up, requiring careful driving.
Within the last twi) weefcs the fol
lowing persons have become owners of
Ford cars: heboid & Co., City Mar
ket Ice and Cool Co., Fred Lewis, W.
i. Skipton, (!ile Mercantile company,.
A. T. Procker, James Lebold, G. W.
Kyre, nil of Salem; Addison -Page, ru
ral route 11, M. L. Jones of H rooks,
F, Campbell, route 4.
"Dublin Bay", the song that be
come famous in Snlem Inst summer at
the band concerts through the singing
of Tom Ordcninnn, will bo heard
again at the band concert Friday even
ing. Having received several requests
to sing the song, not only at the baud
concerts but also at the fair grounds
on the Fourth, Mr, Ordcmnnn has tin
allv consented ami it will be heard in
encore tomorrow night.
To members of Sedgwick Post, G.
A. R., A comrade of the civil war
named John V. Schmid,' long a resident
of .Marion, Oregon, is dead nnd his
family desire that he be ' buried by
comrades of the war. He will be bur
ied in City View cemetery Friday,
July 7, at II o'clock in the forenoon.
You will, therefore, as many as can,
proceed directly to the cemetery by
the 10:4.1 a, in, car to attend said bur
ial. V. ('. Faulkner, com in under, 1).
The Jane K. with Skipper J. S.
Mitchell ami Kngineor C. 11. Nye a
bonnl lenves tomorrow for Portlnnd.
The craft has been nt Salem since the
first of the week. Mitchell nnd Nye,
members of the Portland Motorbout
club made tho trip to Snlem in the
twenty-five footer and have been
camping about five miles up tho riv
er for several days. This morning
they made the trip from camp to Sa
lem in fifteen minutes. In places they
find the river pretty shallow and the
water going down fast.
The Rev. Harry E. Marshall will de
liver an address next Wednesday even
ing for the Maccabees nt the senii-an-nual
installation of officers. Those
to be installed nt this meeting nre: C.
V. Leeper, commander; Karl Sumner,
lieutenant commander; W. B. ti'lson,
record keeper; David KVre, finance
keeper; William Clements chaplain; K.
S. ltiidloug, sergeant; II. A. Lmideen,
master at arms; O. W. Armstrong,
first master of guards; J. A. H. Boeh
ringer, second muster at arms; Charles
Lansing, sentinnl; John A. Coffey,
picket; Karl Sumner, trustee.
Salem druggists are planning to
spend several days at Seaside duriug
the State Pharmaceutical association
meet from Julv 11 to 1.1. Those inuk.
ing the trip from the valley will go
to Portlnnd on the morning of the 11th
taking the trip as far as Astoria on a
steamer. Along with other subjects
of special interest to druggists, the
Stevens bill will come in for its share
'of discussion, and also the amendment
of present laws whereby the illegal
sale of alcohol will be prevented.
Frnnk S. Ward in his official capaci
ty as secretary of the Oregon Board of
Pharmacy will attend, with headquar
ters at the Pan Moore hotel.
now that Judge Bushey has consent
ed to the oiling of the Pacific Highway
Besides These Two Pardoned
Conditionally and Four Re
turned to Citizenship
The following men were restored to
citizenship, conditionally pardoned, or
paroled by Governor Withy-combe to-
nay in accordance with the reeommeii
dations of the parole board made at its
vgumr mreiing on jury J: wnen tne prohibition national eonveu-
Kestored to citizenship: tiou meets here July 17 to 21, it was
Clarence Amis, received nt the peni- lenrncd today,
tentiary from Baker county, July 3, The younger element especially fu
1014, for assault with a dangerous vors renaming the party in order, they
weapon; paroled July 10, 1915. say, to do away with a name "not
L. V. Green, received from. Gilliam i broad enough to eucompass all policies
county, December 11. 1913. for obtain-! of the liartv." a name which is
ling money by false pretenses; paroled
j January 0, 1915.
i Fred Miller, received from fultno -
mall county March 8, 1909, for forgery;
paroled April 8, 1911.
George W. C'onnell, received from
'Baker county September IS, 191, t;or
larceny not in a dwelling; paroled Sep -
Itcmber 25, 1912.
. Conditionally pardoned:
I K. C. Herlow, received from Mult -
j nomah county in January, 1910, for lar -
. cony by bailee.
Clay Trites, received from Wasco
i county in October, 191"), for a statutory
j offense. Trites was conditionally par-
j doned in order that he might leave this
i state as he is afflicted with asthma
mm pnysicinns wno nave arrenueu aim
1 assert that his health is such as to en-
Mmmi. III. nr.
tuK... mn iu. iu mis cuiiiuiu. -
Harvey Bice, received from I.anel Ro-ehristeniiyr of the prohibition par
county in July, 1912, for burglary. I ty will come iu for a share of the dis-
Jasper Muscalo, received from Oat- eussion at the St. Paul convention
sop county ia April, 1915, for larceny j when on Tuesday, July 17, a giiint "get
in a store. " together" meetiug of men and women
t.uaries Cj. ntinnett, received from
Polk county in October, 1915, for as -
snult with a dangerous weanon.
Carl Hogeli, received from Clatsop
county in June, 1915, for larceny in a
Travis McCulloiigh, received from
Umutilla county in May, 1914, for lar
ceny of a cow.
C. A. Dickey, received from Benton
county in July, 1915, for larceny
John Ryan, received from Buker
county in December, 1914, for larceny
in a store.
J. H. Morissey, received from Union
county in February, 1913, for larceny
in a dwelling. . ,..
Joseph H. Hill,, received from Hood
River county in December, 1915, for
concealing stolen property.
Ed Kilgoro, received 'from Umatilla
county in January, 1915, for larceny
from a store.
John Smith, received from Union
county in Februury, 1915, for larceny
ia a dwelling.
Milo Blucher, received from Wash
ington county in July, 1915, for statu
Thomas Connors, received from
Multnomah county in July, 1911, for ob
taining money bgy false pretenses.
Jnmes Homier, received from Uma
tilla county in April, 1914, for statutory
Done by Big Storm
Jacksonville, fFlorida, July 0. Re
ports from Mobile, coming from round
about telegraph and telephone wires,
say there has been loss of life there
and considerable property damage.
Other points nlonjr the west gulf of
Florida are reported to have suffered
heavy dnmnge. From Milton, wjicli
is 20 miles from Pensacoln and the
nearest point to be heard from, came
reports late this afternoon saying Pen
sacoln 's rnilwry systtm is badly dam
aged and that the city is cut off from
the rest of the state by rail as well
as by wire.
from Salem to
the county line, the
win soon necome a
it-iiiiiy. mis loop in tan miles begins
vL "I T' ,n"'1 I'"' through Me -
........ .nm nun iiimis on in iNiiem, re-
t"r K to Por.l: on the Jifit-
Highway. Co-operating with the com
mercial clubs of Mc.Minnville iiii.l Dal
Iiih. li tuffi l iii-, ..-ill l..i .1 : i... -
cestinif to nnt.m.i.lii).. n.,.i. ,'..;.oJ
I- iu Portland, the advantages and I ll??e; 'hc I'"-1' '""ier was also
the good roads of the one day's drive.! ,'"11'''- M'"- "'' related that she hnd
It has been suggested that " arrange- "card Charles Scott make remarks
ments be made for the regulation sight Vrogatory to her daughter,
seeing cars to leave Portland in the nt' witness called during the morn
mornings, making Snlem a stop over '"g session testified that the giVntest
of a few hours for the viewing of the I of affection was evidenced between the
state institutions, returning to Port
lnnd in the evening.
The sum of J42.893.74 has been paid
in the vicinity of Salem in the pur
chase of live stock during the past six
months by George W. Eyre. During
this time Mr. Kyre has "bought and
shipped 392 sheep. 5S cattle and 2.S.ril
hogs. Late Inst fall, at the suggestion i
of members of the Coinmercinl club,
Mr. r.yre Megan the shipping of live;
stock lrom this part of the valley
Another buyer during the same time
shipped 2900 sheep mid Inmbs. These
figures suow me increases in tne snip-;
...,g , usiness so ,r tnis year rompar- Robert Pa vis. formerly a student at
I,.r"'..t ,0ol"r", ho'. 54!o. A. C. told 0 fa conversation between I
attle nnd 29IHJ
year of 1913,
j ft l II1HK lilt vwintll l "l i a f . - v ...
At the meeting July 4 on the state' he!' Mi. Hyde. Davis testified that,
fair r,m,L .if. i "! 'he heard Merle declare that it was his
jiiear taiem nuinlienng 11, formed an
(association to be known as the Snlem w!,h th "IT"' of
!sub district Epworth League, with thel """' averred, and added hat the
I election of the followiu.j officers: pres-1 ''''' s,,(,tt ,he lrpcr thing for
lident Murray Keefer, ' rural mute 8;!lic boy to do was to stand by Miss
secretary. Miss .Norma Harper. The ; Hyde in her predicament. .
general local committee is composed of I The case is expected to go to the
Willis Vincent, .1. I). Woodfin. Miml jurv late this afternoon or this even
Helen lngrey and Miss Miua Schef fe. 1 in it". John C. Shillock of Portland nnd
I'Y... .1:...-:... . M . , ... . .In t r .V- 4 .l.lo ..J.. nrd.a..l
I i.r iiidiivi pri'SUIt-IIT IS .1. CMliniOril
Moore of Willnmina
The League will
meet in Snlem July
school of instruction
17 for a general
Sergeant John Hay dsn, one of the re
cruiting officers at tiie Keith hotel
has just returned from seven years
service in the Philippine Mnu.K and
has been in the army eight years. Ser
geant W. I). Schuster has wen IS vears
service iu Xew York, Ohio and Philip-,
Party Is Against
(By United Press.)
tit. Paul, Minn., July IS. A wide
spread move within the ranks of the
prohibition party to change the name
j threatens to cause at least one hot scrap
i " against, rather than for something."
"The prohibition party is for a good
. many things and not always against
something as the nunic sometimes leads
j people to believe," one iu fuvorTjf re-
naming the party, declared today. The
nnmes American, Liberal, Federal and
'others have been suggested.
But not all prohibitonists want (o
do away with the name which they say
' signifies their stand on "the greatest
! issue br'foro the American people the
I liquor traffic." The party name has
' come to be looked upon with honor and
, respect and it would be folly to change
it now, they say.
I Those favoring renaming the party
'admit that one of their purposes is to
eaten votes, to taKe over the new wo-
men's pnrtv vote bodily, to adopt the
I ... . I. ,
progressive mriy, anu 10 uraw voles
from any and all other parties.
i representing every reform movement in
'the United States will meet to talk
The trend of the debute will be:
1. That the liquor question is the
greatest issue before the American
people, requiring immediate settle
2. That the issue can be settled only
by electing to power a political party
in tavor of nation-wide prohibition.
' Only in this way can nation-wide prohi
bition be enacted and enforced
3. That it is impossible to expect a
solution of the issue through the "re
publican elephant, the democratic don
key, or the decapitated bull moose."
4. What political party then shall be
put in power to settle the issue, the
prohibition party as such, or a thor
ough new- party similar to the prohibi
tion party but seeking votes under a
To this get-together meeting the pro
hibitionists h'avc invited flic progres
sive national committee and other party
leaders and 15,000 other reform work
ers, both men nnd women, throughout
the United States..
Mrs. Scott Sues Husband's
Parents for $25,000 for
Kxninination of witnesses continued
today before Circuit Judge Kelly in
the ifL'-VOO iilieuation suit brought by
Mrs. Gertrude L. Scott against Charles
Scott and Lulu Scott, of Scotts Mills,
parents of her husband. Mrs. Scott
charges that the parents are largely
responsible for a divorce complaint
filed nmiinsi her bv her hiisbi.n.1 n.nl
als(, tllat t,n. were . vmM o( ,,,.
. ,, .,..,:,.,
''"-""It' atr,"; 0 . ., . .
ill nit: iiiii iiiii ...in. ipii, 11 pinniii);
blond, took the stand and told of her
associations with Merle, her husband,
before their marriage. Mrs. Elizabeth
Scotts. In fact, the witness declared, j
people used to refer to them as "Mr. ,
and Mrs. Dearie." j
This afternoon Mrs. Hart, who con- j
ducted a lodging house at Corvallis in j
which the young couple made their
home for a time, ndmiTted that Ger
trude had u habit of flirting with her
..eta nlwn tcsfificil flint, the uil'l
hiul told her she was intimate with :
Merle prior to their marriage.
nr. one f Portland, attendant on I
Merle Scott when the latter was ill, j
was called and denied the elder Scotts
had ever ordered nun to refuse Merle
P(rmiasion t0 R0( his wife
Merle ami his father in Cnrvallis enn-j
intention to marrv the girl. This met
t . U, .HC.Miry 'T nils ... " ' "
Mrs. Gertrude Scott and W. A. Uintlck ,
of Oregon City and Joha A. Carson ap-'
pear for the defense. j
The committees of the Salem Patri
otic League are out working today, ar
ranging for the great mass meeting to
be held ill the armorv next Mnudayj
evening ' for the relief of the needy,
families of the boys n Comiaiiy M. I
James Young has been appointed a
committee of one to rrange the dc-
I Some Think Name Indicates
EVER FILED IU STATE
Grant Permission to
The proposed amendment to the stute
constitution permitting the manufac
ture of a limited amount ot beer with
ing the state, is meeting with favor, ac
cording to the results of the initiative
petition filed todav with the secretary
of state. C. T. Haas, representing the Tho trail was plain from the timo
"Kqual Rights for Home Industry " the boys left this city ami led through
association, of which he is secretary,' Independence, Albany, Lane and Doug
brought the petition to Salem today." Us counties.
The petition purports to contain a At the time of the capture the trio
total of 42,004 names making it thorns riding in a Ford bearing a Wash-
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largest petition ill the number ot sig-iingiun license ing, mruiign wuicn muy
natures everv riled in Oregon, it were traced south. The Baker machine
I bents bv approximately 7000 names tho was found yesterday three miles west of
prohibition petition filed some vears! this city, stripped of practically every-
jngo and which, until todav, held the i thing movable.
record. icsieruuy me imis urone lino u larm
In connection with the matter" Mr.il'onso 10 miles south of Albany. Evi
llans states that a number of leading dently they traveled fast for last night
Poitlnndcrs got out on the streets nnd 'the store nt Comstock was entered and
solicited names for tha petition.'! considerable property removed.
Among those he mentioned were Thco- At Albany the lads had stolen anoth-
dorc B. Wilcox, Rabbi Jonah Wise
Ben Selling, Fred V. Holmes, William
Aiders and A. L. Mills.
Nothing daunted, the prohibition ad-
vocates are on the way to Snlem nov;is anu i.nuexcouury nutnoruics win
with a petition making more stringent prosecute the lads. Later they may bo
the dry law now in effect. It would , brought here to stand trial for tho Inr
forbid'the importation of all liquors' ceny of Barker's automobile.
for .beverage purposes. 1 1
Ex-Governor Oswalrt West is ill the ; PIvaf po Hovd Ct91)ff
citv in connection with filinir the ne-i 1 ' ttlvo IlafC VliaillC
Don Krllaher, former state senator,'
on behalf of the Independent Retail- .
ers association of Portland filed a pe-j The iiinn who now enters the army
titioji to place on the ballot a mens-1 as a private will soon have the same
ure abolishing the Sunday closing law. chances for promotion as the man who
This contained 24,o00 mimes. is appointed to a endetship at West
A" local law applying to Crook conn-. Point, The law going into effect
ty is sounght by Ross Farnhniii, net- Xovcmber 1, provides that after onfl
ing for others'. Farniinm's petition enr 's service, the private may be cx
contnined 27 names and seeks a liiwjnmined for the privilege of entering
removing the county seat of Crook I West. Point and after three vears, r.i
couuty from Prinoville, where it isj reiving a commission in the regular
now located, to Bend. ,.my fls lieutenant. Schools will also
' 1 be established in the regular army and
Rained Out Several Times
But Will Be at Willson
Park Friday Evening
The t.herrian band is now taking
under consideration the adoption of
the beautiful words, "If at first you
don't succeed, eW Having been
rained out three concert nights in Sn-
lem nnd one night at Monmouth, the
band is once again willing to tempt
the weather man, and announces thc!um is years, will be required
regular concert tor Friday evening, nt .,:,. ,1,1 ..: t ),..-.,- onir
a o ciock iu uison pan;. .
I he feature ot the concert, besides
the singing of Tom Ordemnnn, will be
the playing of "Home. Sweet Home"
as interpreted by the bands of foreign
Manager Graber also announces a
onccrt to be given in Marion square
next Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
The program ior tomorrow evening
iu Willson park is as follows,:
-March, " Free Lame Sousa
Overture "Beautiful Galatea" Suppe
Walt, (new) "Annette" Baxter
Comic, oiera selection "Algeria"....
Vocal solo "Memories"
Hnllnt music "Flight of the Birds"....
Grnnd opera selection "Carmen"....
Descriptive "Homo, Sweet Home the,
World Over" arr. by Lainpe.
This number depicts the manner iu
which foreign bands interpret Home
March "All America'' Xitnmrnic
rm ct uni cc news
X. J. Yo.ler yesterday lost his suit ,
against E. G. Ilawman, the jury bring-1
ing in a verdict for the latter after;
being out more. than two hours. The:
controversy arose over the purchase;
of a horse and had been appealed fronij
the justice court. i
L. P. Rennett of this city nnd Lee
Conner of St. Paul have seemed fish
Tiie suit of Charles TI. Maxwell
agajnst the Southern Pacific, which
walTset for hearing this afternoon has
been dismissed, the parties coming to1
an agreement out ot court.
After lending H. J. Mutschler mon
ey and getting her father to set him
up in business, Lena Mutchler today
filed divorce proceedings charging
cruel and inhuman treatment. The
couple live in Stayton. Obscene1
names have been hurled at her. Mrs.'
Mutschler avers, and her hnsband ad
mitted that he li;id been intimate with1
other women, according to her com-1
plaint. Threats to shoot her and oth-j
ers that he would leave her are said to
have been made. T'je Stayton bank;
is also made a defendant in the ac
tion. Mrs. Mutschler wants a separa-;
tion, custody of a child, 250 tempo- j
rary alimony and 25 a month perma i
nent alimony, and attorney's fees of!
$2(10. An injunction has been under-1
taken to prevent Mutschler disposing,
of certain property until the case just
tiled is settled. 1
tails of the dance, following theuinss:
meeting. The funds received from1
this da nee go into the general relief;
treusury. . I
TWO OF THE THREE
Picked Up This Afternoon at
Roseburg-May Be Brought
Here for Trial
Two of the three boys who left Snloiu
Tuesday in a Ford stolen from F. H.
Barker, a Polk county farmer, were
taken into custody at 12:30 today at
Koscburg. I he third rscaped ntoot and
i the authorities are now pursuing him
cr 1 ord nnd this was found today south
of that city with its fittings gone and
the power plant practically destroyed.
it is thought probable that the Doug-
To Go To West Point
young men given the opportunity or
j Sergeants W. P. Schuster and John
I llavdeu are now in charge of the re
cruiting office in the Keith hotel. Tbe
offico has been established here per
j ninnently, nnd any young men who
feel a disposition to enter the service,
i now that promotions are pnrt nt tho
' army plan, w ill be given a physical ex
amination, and if successful, sent in'o
the regular army:
After two years' of service, if ex
aminations aft- passed, the young sol
dier may become a commissioned .of
ficer, beginning with second lieu
tenant. Since Sunday, 111 recruits have been
forwnrded from the SalCin recruiting
office, seven going yesterday. Today
I those accepted were Oren MeKlmurry
1 0f Independence, Harold Marian of
Portland and Ellis Harlan McMillan,
nge of Salem.
"vi,,,' ,en between the nires nf 1.1
pair n ts be
fore allowed to enlist. Over the ago
of IS ye'ars, parents consent is not
TO SEND BODY HOME
Portland, Ore.. July li. The family
of Lieutenant Henry K. Adair toduy
telegraphed to military authorities at
El Paso asking thnt his body be sent
here as soon as possible.
Lieutenant Adair's father, who diod
Inst night without learning of his son'?
fate, will lie buried Sunday.
Bead Capital Journal Want Ada.
Cars of any kind for any place
at any time.
Office, Bligh Hotel
NEWPORT-NYE BEACH I
Automobile Passenger and Bag-
Furnished Tents and Cottages
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new loca
tion at 110 1-2 Com'l street.
Everything new and clean. All
kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishes. Pay us a visit.
Latest Methods Are'
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ort.