Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 19, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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Mr. mid Mrs Willium T. drier, ac- Miss Vivian Hargrove left this morn-
i... i. Mm wiilliiin inif for Corviillis to ruler the Orvuoii
31 HurKliar.lt, Jr.,' and Mrs. Zadocl ARri. ultiirnl College. Miss Hargrove
jtiggs, motored' to Oregon City Sunday. I recently graduated from the Sulem Mgh
. . school, ami was one of the most popu-
Miss Ilerthn Oliver returned Sunday In r girls in her class,
night from b visit to' Portland nn.ii - - - ' '" ' '
Clackamas. Whilo in Portland Missl Social life at the Dewdrop Inn, one
Oliver win the. guest of Miss Alverdnm" the most exclusive girls' chilis at
Altuwn. i the Willamette university,-bids fair'to
occupy a prominent place in college
The regular mooting of (ho North society this winter. Last evening a
flalem Woman's rlub, will lie hold 1 joyt ul homecoming, was extended to
Wcdnesdav( tomorrow) afternoon at four girls who arrived on n late tram,
the residence of Mrs. John Dubuis,a dainty repast being served by the
1275 li street. resident members ami Mrs. Ida II. Cur-
A programme has been nrranged for rott, who is acting as chaperone for
the meeting and will include an inter- the girls. Among trio girls already at
citing talli on the treatment of tuber- the Inn are the Misses Kuth Spoor,
cuiosis in a modern sniiitorium by Mrs.. Vesta Mulligan, Mabel (lurrett, Illiiiieho
Kdna Daily, who has iuid experience as linker, Aetna Kinmel, Ksther Kmmcl,
nnrse in a sanatorium at Milwaukee. Ksther Yeend, Mildred (inrrett, lien-iirini-
the afternoon Mrs. Merlin' trice Newport, Kriedu Cnutbell and Vol
Warding will also i'nvor the members! ma Ilaker.
with vocal solos. ...
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
.Mrs. William A. Me Clew and daugh
ter, Helen, of Hay City lire visiting
Mrs. A. F. Marcus.
. .
Mrs. fleorgo Palmer I'utnnm and
email son, David, arrived home last
night from Wound llench, Conn., where
thev have been passing the summer
while Mr. i'utnnm was absent at the
A motoring party composed of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph II. Albert, Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. (inffith and children, and
Miss Mildred Wiggins went to Clack
amas Sunday for a picnic. They wero
joined by Mr. mid Mrs. Otto K. Krnuse
and daughter, Miss Helen Krause f
Portland, and I'aul Wnllueo who is at
Camp Withyconihe with Company M,
Miss Lyra Miles and her brother,
Rosa Miles, left Monday for Newberg
to resume their studies at Pncific Col
lege. Miss Miles is in her senior
year and Mr. Miles is taking his third
yoar work. ,
A gav little party of last night was
that enjoyed by a group of high school
students, who gathered on the penin
sula for a picnic. The young folks
were chajieroned by Miss Olive Che
nault and Included: Miss I.ueilo Jones,
Mis Doris Churchill, Miss Letha Dris
eoll, Miss Kern Mortensen, Hreyman
Boise, tleorge Weller, Wallace Carson,
and Charles Muggins.
Talks to Peoria, Illinois, Audi;
ence, Finding Fault with
Willinm Lercheu went to Dalla
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cunningham of Falls
Citv are in the city.
Miss Mabel Tharpe of Alsea was in
the city yesterday.
Ronald lilover will spend tne nay to
morrow in Hrownsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Oh I of Portland are
guests ut the II. K. Carrier home.
John Dubuis returned this morning
from a business trip to Uiltcview.
Oscnr Hteclhammer left today for an
extended visit in Man Francisco and
southern California.
President Campbell of the University
of Oregon was in the city yesterday to
attend the I.elnnd Hendricks iunerni
Miss Maty Knubloek of Kansas City,
a schoolmate of Mrs. M. C. Fimlley, is
visiting a few days at the mil Icy
rVnnk K. Ouilil was in Portland yes
terday registered at the Seward. Mrs.
William P. Lord and Miss Kliznheth
Lord wero in Portland yesterday reg
istered at the Seward.
Hans .Meyer will leave fur Hutte,
Montiina, within a few days where he
exnects to permanently locate. Dur
ing the summer he has played the
clarinet in the Cherrlnn band.
State Closes Direct Examina
tion and Defense Begins
Taking Testimony
. Miss Cleo White, who has been the
truest of her cousin. Miss Nell Hykes for1 4
m . i ...... ..,.! k... Uniit'T
H lew lin, linn n iiiiiu u w ..
la McMtnnville.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. K.pley accompan
ied uy Mra. dordon Metlilchrist, Mrs.
Matilda Grant and daughter, Miss
1-aura Grant, motored to Portlnnd for
the week end.
A marriage that has caused a rip
ple of pleasurable surprise is that of
Henry llolinger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
li. K. Hjlinger, and Miss Mildred F.n
dieott 01? Albany, which took plnco in
Vancouver, Wash., Saturday night. Af
ter a short honeymoon tne young eouple
-will le at home to their many friends
ia Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. Fisher mo
tored to Eugene this morning for a
brief vjsit. .
An Informal dinner was given Sun
av bv Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pascoo at
their homo 10(18 North Seventeenth
treet in compliment to Miss Cora
lleaeh of Watorville, Minnesota, who
has been their guest for a few days
nad Mr. Pascoe s brother, William
, n ueeiureu guinv or a
Pascoe, of Clarence, Montana, who has oreaon prohibit!
been visiting them for several weeks. ,B ,'??" ' , , '
Monday the visitor, were the guest. dT "'temoon in city
of honor at a dinner presided over by
Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. llartholomew.
The regular monthly eoffoe of the
Jason Leo church will be held at the
ehurch on Wednesday afternoon. The
hostesses for the afternoon will be:
Mrs. U. Keuscher and Mr.. Derke.
Miss Jennie Pells of Seattle, arrived
ia talent Sunday to pasa the winter
with her cousin," Mrs. C. K. Hrown of
490 Nortii Twenty first street.
CARL At her home 1393 North Fifth
street, Monday afternoon, September
IS, lttltl, Mrs. Caroline Carl in her
77th year.
She is survived bv her husband Fred
Carl, and two sons and two daughters:
Charles Steintirub of Waconda, S. D.;
A. C. Steingrub of Sulem; Mrs. .lames
Kane of Zella, S. D., and Mrs. Albert
Miller of Hur.lette, 8. I).
Funeral services will be held at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the
German M. K. church at Thirteenth and
Center streets, conducted by tho Rev.
Weigle. Burial will be in tho City
View cemetery.
Turner Found Guilty
of Importing Whiskey
J. A. Turner, the Stanwood, Wash
ington, man arrested for having an
autoload of whiskey in his possession,
was deelared guilty of an infringement
ion law yester-
eourt and was
sentenced to pay a fine of 250. At
the elosc of the trial Attorney I'nruh
for the defense asked until II o'clock
this morning to prepare an appeal to
the circuit court.
Notice of npcal was filed this
morning. Turner was placed under -'0
bonds for his appearance, the automo
bile was released, and now, in the
oniiiion of those interested, the rase
i on its way to the supreme court,
The whiskey remains at the police
statiou. a
By Perry Arnold.
(United Press staff correspondent.)
Peoriii, 111., Sept. 19. Refreshed by
his rest at Bridgcliampton and stimulat
ed by an enthusiastic reception here,
Nominee Hughes struck out even more
vigorously today at his democratic
opponents in the first speech of his sec
ond campaign trip. He spoke before the
Illinois republican state conference.
While tho republican candidate had
very little new in his speech from the
diatribes he furled during his trans-continental
trio it was evideut his period
of study at Bridgcliampton had enabled
him to assemble his facts in more order
ly fashion and to rum home his thrusts
w ith greater power. His audience gave
him a tremendous reception of cheers
and upplause.
For tho most part the theme to which
the eandidato adhered himself was
"democracy's broken promises" and ot
a recounting of the republican party's
One new note in the speech was con
strued as a bid for democratic votes
in the delicate way ia which the repub
lican nominee declared his belief that
many of opposite politicul faith were
sincere and his references to the fact
that "patriotic democrats" joiued with
republicans several times.
'Mods Laws Uncertain."
At one juncture in his Bpeech a
strident voiced individual in the back
row strove to interrupt with a question
about "Wilson'.' but. lie was literally
kicked out of the hull bv two burly
bhieenats without Hughes even pausing
in his talk.
One other thing new in the nominee's
speech was the way in which he relate.il
his plans as definite "proposals" or
"pledges. " This was apparently in di
rect answer to democratic criticisms
that he has "nothing constructive to
offer" and his mnrshulling of repub
lican doctrines in this fashion got an
ether big hand.
"Our opponents say that they have
iu a very marked . degree, aided busi
ness," he continued. "What are the
specifications for this claim that they
have aided business! They say they
have clarified the anti trust act by def
inition. 1 may be permitted to say
with emphasis that they have done noth
ing of the sort. What they have done is
to legislate vague phrase, adding un
certainty to the law. They have said
in the trade commission act that uufair
competition was uulawful. Does any
body in the L mteit states know wnnt
they nieauf " .
San Francisco, Sept. 1!). By calling
the "double" of Warren K. Billings to
the witness stand, the defense in the
murder trial resulting from the pre
paredness day bomb plot this morning
opened a wide. hreReh in the stnte's
chain of evidence.
Shortly after the defense opened its
case, Attorney Maxwell McNutt called
to the witness stand Al DeCassia, a
clerk. DeCassia bears a remarkuble re
semblance to Billings. He tstified that
it was he, and not Billings, whom the
prosecution witness saw on tho roof,
at 121 JlnrKet street, just Deiore tne
The same high check bones, straight
nose and peculiar indentation of the
forehead by which state witnesses had
identified ' Billings were prominent
characteristics of the defense's new wit-
DeCassia testified that it was he who
leaned over the edge of the roof and
waved at pedestrians below, the people
he hailed were not Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
J. Mooney, bomb plot inspects, but were
companions who worked for tne same
tirm on Market street.
While the audience which packed the
court room watched with tense interest,
DeCassia climbed on a chair, leaued
over the edge and imitated the gestures
which stnte's witnesses testified were
made by Billings.
The only person on the roof with him
at any time, DeCassia testified, was a
photographer, carrying a small black
camera, who remained there until after
4 o'clock.
Attorney McXutt intimater that Bill
ings himself may take the stand thia
afteraoon or tomorrow.
Thomas Dodge, a motion picture mair,
was called by the defease and contra
dicted the testimony of Traffic Police
man Moore that Moore had talked to
Moonev in front of 721 Market street.
The defense called John McDonald
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 19. Ty
Cobb thia afternoon conceded
his defeat by Tris Speaker of
the Indians, "for batting honors
in the American league. Thia
season marks tho first in ten
years that the Georgia peach
has been deprived of the title
of premier batsman of tho
'I'm not worrying about the
batting championship," Ty said
this afternoon. '' 1 gave up all
hope of beating out Speaker
two weeks ago. My whole con
cern now is in aiding the Tigers
to cop the pennant."
mm -aTtt.--
ill F I
Also Some Flowers of Rhe
toric for Salem's Beauty
Business Not Neglected
Forty Persons Hurt Today In
Accidents Due to Street
Car Strike
New York, Sept. 19. Upwards of
forty persons were injured, most of
them girls en route to work, iu four
accidents today growing out ot? the
street car strike.
A jitney nutomohile truck crowded
with girls, swerved sharply approach
ing tho Williuinsburg tirldsc and pitch
ed its two score passengers into the
rondway. Some oi them fell bencata
other automobiles or the hoofs of horses
and received serious injuries.
A Third avenue car operated by a
strikebreaker jumped the track and
crashed into a telephone pole. A mo
tormnn and two passengers were in
jured. Two cars in the Bronx, operat
ed by green motormcn, were in collision
but no one was injured. The police ex
plained that stjike hardened Bronxites
always keep their eyes on the motor
men " nowadays, and jump before the
sh comes. Mayor Mltehel and t'jiair-
Not a "note" jarred the harmony
of the regular meeting of the city coun
cil last night. Not one of the eleven
aldermen present gave evidence that
his daily food was digesting perfectly.
To the contrary, three of the aldermen
varied the regular course of business
by throwing verbal bouquets.
These bouquests were nioBtly direct
ed at Mayor White, who has recently
declined to consider another term of
service al the head of the city gov
ernment, and were manifestly intended
to influence him to the end that he
might reverse his decision.
Aldermen Mills, War.l and Wallace
were those who thus declared them
selves, and they referred in a not al
together complimentary way to a com
munication published recently in a Sa
lem newspaper, the writer of which
they declared had not been entirely
fair to Mayor White.
So stronir was the soirit of good
feeling that when Alderman Wallace
took occasion to suggest a ennugv i
the citv charter, by which the city
could obtain authority to take care of
the weeds, he launched into words of
i.niu for the ceournnhical and phys
ical beauties of the city of Salem. Ami
when he bad finished Mayor White j
agreed with him, and City Attorney
Macy stated that he will have amend
ments along this line ready to present
to the council at its next meeting, with
a view of putting the matter before
the people at the election in December.
To Submit Budgets
With a view to making up the regu
lar budget for the coming year, a res
olution was adopted requiring the
heads of the various departments of
the city government to make up l'sts
showing the needs of their departments
which lists are to be submitted to the
council at its next meeting.
The street committee reported that
a cement warn nus m-en "
All the food
value of whole
Durum wheat
n the most
form that's
K rumbles.
Look I
V' l"'"".tur,I All Wt lllf
- Ked)f w KM Ulll
A ' :
X The passage of the eight hour
T law by Congress has created a ..
I big demand for telegraph oper- .-
" ators, both in railway and com
mcrcial service. Young men and
young women can obtain posi-
' tions at 75, S0 and $90 per
V. month. 'Write at once for full
particulars to the
t Railway Telegraph Ins't,
I Panama BWg., roniana, vie.
the state's star witness, who again de- business and commercial leaders in an
erasn comes. ..v.Uc. ........... -- .,.. ,i.iu;,m
man Straus of the public service com-in iront oi iuio m ,.u.. "'""
mission conferred this afternoon with, but that none has been constructed 1 in
Pleased to Ba Talking.
reoria. III., Sept. 10. Nominee
Hughes chose Peoria as the city from
which to burl forth toilav tne nrst
speech of his second presidential cam
paign tour, tie spoke in tne nan ia
which the state republican conference
was meeting and in an hour a sermon
on the nation's needs and future, en
undated practically every one of his
doctrines on Americanism, a protective
tariff, adequate laws covering labor
and fair treatment to legitimate busi
The G. O. P. candidate was plainly
pleased to get back to campaigning
again. He started with a smile at the
crowd which greeted him at the station,
waved his hat iu almost Booeeveltiaa
glee at those who applauded him on the
street and in voice and gesture at the
coliseum exhibiter a full measure of
pep. ' w
nied telling any one of three men that
the police had" paWl him for his testi
The defense later called Henry I'incus
to the stand to corroborate DeCassia 's
testimony. He aid that he tried to
go on the roof of the building with De
Cassia, but that a girl prevented him.
1 incus apparently figured as "the lit
tle Russian Jew" whom Miss Estelle
Smith testified last week insulted her
when she refused to let him go on the
W. P. Crump' was another defense wit
ness who told of a mysterious photo
grapher on the roof of the building with
DeCassiua. '
Just before court adjourned, Defense
Attorney McNutt said he is searching
for the photographer who was on the
roof of tne building ana nopes to get
him to testify.
(Caftlnned from Pag On..)
Modern Gullivers
Borne me a stand out from the crowd as Gulliver towered ever the Lilli
putian. By superior energy, activity aud reserve strength they predom
laate. Feeting right within, ia one of the fundamentals of physical and mental
strength, aad is largely taa result of proper nourishment.
with Cream
is Ike logical food for thinkers and donu It contains all the nutritious
elements of whole wheat and mailed barley, is partially predigested, and
applies aa abundance of energising nourishment without overworking the
stomach. It also Include the vital mineral salts of the grain which are
lacking ia white bread aad away other cereal foods.
Thf re "l able kelp for many ia Grape-Nat.
"There's a Reason"
was unable to go to Dallas this morning,
but telephoned Dr. Mark Hayter a de
script ion of tne work done, and if this
corresponds to the record made by Dr.
skiff, the identification will be com
plete. The legs from the knees down were
missing which causes the suspicion of
foul play, it being suggested that the
body had been sunk in the river by a
weight fastened to the feet and the de
cay of the body causing them to pull
off. There are other rumors afloat but
apparently without sufficient founda
tion behiud them to justify giving them
publicity. However, further investiga
tion may throw more light on the cause
of young Springer s death.
Brooklyn Won by
Zack Wheat's Drife
Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1. Brooklyn
increased its lead iu the National
league pennant rare bv a fidl game
this afternoon by beating i incinnati
3 to 1, while the Phillies hut to the
Zack Wheat hit a terrific home run
drive over the right field feace scor
ing. Merkle and winning the game in
the sixth. ick' single helped him
to seore the other Dodger run. The
lone Cincinnati tally came in the
eighth wiiea lluka connected with one
of rfeffer s slants for a triple scoring
Herman Band, aged IT, and Wilbur
Sullivan, aged 19, are ia the county
jail. Hand it ckarged witk stealing a
purse containing noney and kop tick
ets, and Sullivan is aceused witk steal-j
lag a quantity of fishing tackle. Both!
San Francisco, Sept. 19. With the
prosecution ready to close its direct
case against Warren K. Billings, pre
paredness parade Homo suspect, inis
forenoon, interest centers today chiefly
upon the theory to bo followed by the
defense in seeking to prove Billings'
innocence. This will open with an at
tack upon the testimony of several of
the state's most important witnesses,
especially John McDonald, who testified
to seeing Billings place a suitcase at
Steuart and Market streets just before
the explosion there, is certain. The
defense laid the foundation for a num
ber of impeaching questions yesterday,
and will produce witnesses to support
its contention that McDonald's reward
is not alone in witness fees.
After working to disprove all of the
state 'a evidence bv weight of contrary
evidence. Chief Counsel McXutt de
clares he will present new evidence
calculated to "cause the jury to return
a verdict of 'not guilty' on its first
ballot." The defense, according to .Me-
Xutt, will present its case iu two days,
and it ia the opinion nf eonnsel for both
sides that the question of Billings' guilt
or innocence will be in the hands of the
jury for decision by Saturday forenoon
at the latest.
Installing Organ In
Willamette Chapel
The task of installing the large track
er organ in the alcovo of the Willam
ette chapel is about two thirds com
pleted, according to C. J. Whittaker
and son, pipe organ experts of Seat
tle who have the contract in charge.
Delays iu the construction of the al
cove lias greatly seimi to interfere
with the formal dedication of the or-
eleventh hour attempt to avert the gen
eral sympathetic strike threatened by
union leaders, unless tho railway com
panies agree to arbitranon.
700,000 May Quit Work
New York, Sept. 19. Mayor Mitehel
and Oscar Straus, chairman of the pub
lic service commission arc to meet to
day in the first of a series of confer
ences with committees from the cham
ber of commerce and the merchants as
sociation, in an effort to avert a sym
pathetic strike, again treatened by
,ore than hnlf a million workers.
nnite the fact that Theodore
Shontr. president of the Interborough
hn.l tiatIV fieciareu mat ne wi
arbitrate in tho traction strike situa
tint, n,l the union leaders have threat
ened a general strike if a settlement
is not reached, Mitehel aud Straus are
going auead with their peace plans.
Sext Friday is the day set by the
union leaders for their action. At
o'clock on that date, if no settlement
has been reached, they will convene to
set a date for the general walkout. Af
ter that, they claim, it will be but a
matter of hours before New York is
paralyzed by the greatest strike the
citv has ever Known.
Two hundred motormen and conduct
ors on the New York and Queens coun
ty electric railway struck nt mutuigni
o'ii tne service, was demoralized today.
The walkout was a sequel to the trou
ble on the surface lines iu ilannattan
and the Bronx.
rnt ir lit S si ordered, aud the com
mittee was instructed to inroriu -r.
Walker that if the matter is not nt--...i.,.i
in within fifteen days the walk
will be constructed by the city at his
"Slow down danger" signs were
ordered placed by the street commis
sioner at noyi ami mgu aum .
i ot Riverside drive and Miller
A further Teport in regard to the
......1, nans Innl ted Oil the SOUthem I "
cific property near the 12th street de
,q,i hv the citv attorney
is that so long as the
pens are kept in a Banitary condition
there is no authority given by the city
laws for removing them, as was ir
ysstcd at a former meeting of the
council. .
Tho Business End Of It
A number of additional street lights
were ordered. '
The petition of Mrs. Goldburg for a
refund of automobile license, which had
been referred to the eommiuea oi. -censes,
was reported favorably with an
amendment that the rebate be made on
license for 1917.
A petition referring to a bam m
r.u nk addition, which barn pro
jects into an alloy in such a way as
to intertere wun inmir, -
to the street committee and the two
aldermen from that ward.
An amendment permitting the houtn
ern Taeific to construct an Industrial
spur on Front street was acted upon
'"ln'vicw of the probability that the
Western Union Telegraph company
.nnn come before the council ask
ing for a renewal of Its franchise, an
ordinance amendment regulating the
number of poles to a block anil
kind of poles and the positions of
placing was given its first and second
Other amendments up for first am!
second readings pertaining to the pun
ishment of anyone buying, selling or
smoking opium, and to the fixing of
an annual license of r0 a year for
pawnbrokers, for six months, no
license to be granted for less tnan six
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names
Salem, Oregon
X Most approved methods, primary
grammar ahd High School
Departments, complete course in
Harp, Tiano, Voice Culture, Vio
lin and Harmony, Elocution and X
Physical Culture.
No interference with religion of I
Modern Conveniences.
Domestic Comforts,
Scholastic year begins Sept. 11 X
Sav Reading Heads
. .. .. aa 1
Anthracite monopoly
Washington, Sept. 19. Declaring the
"Reading combination" is the back
bone of an alleged anthracite monopoly
that it controls about two thirds of
the anthracite deposits and that its
supply will outlast many years that of
anv "other producer, the government
todav filed in the Cnited States su
preme court its brief asking for com
plete seoaratien of the Reading com-
. Vhiln.lnliihia. and Heading I months.
Raiiwavs company, the Philadelphia The sum of 2.43.S0 due the com
and Reading Coal and Iron company
and others. Violation of the anti-trust
law is charged. No. 57
A decision in this case in the district I
courts was only partly favorable to the
government but in some important as
pects the decisiou was adverse to the
government. Cross appeals to the su
premo court followed.
In its brief the government contends
that unless the combination is complete
ly dissolved, it will in time own or con
trol everv available ton of commercial
ly available cool known to exist. The
Sister Superior.
pany from which the city's paving
machine was purchased was ordered
paid. Also if.100 due the library board
was ordered aid.' .
Beneath that soiled, discolored, faik'l
or aged complexion is one fair to look
upon. Mercolized was will gradually,
gently absorb the devitalized snrfaeo
skin," revealing the youthful fresh,
whito and beautiful skin underneath.
Vscd by refilled women who prefer
complexions of true naturalness. Mer
colized wax in olie ounce package, with
directions for use, is sold by all druggists.
ti,..-.i.. ,.; iwin,j to the of- combination was established, the gov
fieial consolidation of Taylor itwt
and Orau Methodist church in Port- of the Schuylkill canal wholesale p.ir
land some time ago, the trustee of chases of anthracite coal land, purchas-
the church decided to present tne iay- m 4'i '. .....!......
lor street pipe organ to the universi-ducers, excessive freight rates, prefer
tT and it is this instrument whica islences and rebates granted to the Read-
now being installed.
This immense musical instrument u
Coal company and other ways.
is further contended the Keaiting
a two manual and pedal tracer organ jeoaibiaation acquired control of the Cen
of 23 stops and approximately 15iH)i tral Railroad of Nw Jersey a compet
ripes. Of the large aumber of pipes' ng carrier and of the Lehigh & W ilkca-
' ' . . - . , .w : . k
the largest is n teet m icogii "
a diameter of over 16 ias-hes while the
smallest is less than one eighth of an
inch in diameter and about aa long as
an ordinary slate pencil. The air pres
sure for the organ is supplied by an
electric motor, a new one having been
specially purchased for tie iastrument
by the "board of trustees. The tone fa
very sweet and pleasing and as mellow
as aiaay pipe organs cost many times
its sum. It is 33 years old.
Dr. Frank WUbur Chace af the de
partment of music will be tho regular
chapel organist. Mise Kthel Forbes,
daughter of the Rev.' Dr. Forbes of the
First Presbyterian church of Seattle,
who is enrolled as a music student, may
be assistant.
barre Coal company, a competing an
thracite producer "thereby further re
straining and monopolising production.
transportation and sale of anthracite
(Toilet Tips)
A safe, certain method for riding the
skin af ugly, hairy growths is as fol
lows: Mix a paste with some powdered
delatone and water, apply to hairy sur
face about i minutes, then rub off.
wask the skin aad the bairs are gone.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured
Bunds and warrants
Banking house
Due from approved reserve bauks
Exchanges for clearing house ....
Cash on hand
Other resources
This ia entirely harmless and seldom
H. Xehemll an.! Raymond Neb-1 requires repeating, but to avoid disap-
ih.ft. m all'! la have aceam.1 at'erssll al Albany are registered at the pointuient it is advisable to see that
the LiTesley hop yards. Marioa. J St genuine delatone.
At Salem, in the State of Oregon, at the close of business September 12, 1!M
Resou ces. t
SS,622.4!S ,
, 5oo.ooo.oo
, 13,000.00
.-. . . 59.207.50
, 1.493.551.10
;.. 4.572.19
Total 2,P26,6.2.52
rotate of Oregon, County of .Marion, ss: ' -
I, Wm. S. Walton, cashier of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear thai
the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and Indict.
WM. s. WALTON, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lth dsv of September, 1916.
ti. 0. BlNCiUAM, Notary Public.
My commission expires Juno 22, 1920.
A. N. Hl'SH,
ASA11K1, Hl'SH, ': ' I
Tot si
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
riuiivided profits, less etpensea and taxes paid
Due to bnnks and bunkers
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
j Cashier checks outstanding
i ertirieii c necks i
Time and savings deposits