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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 1916.
W. B. Corsets-Munsing and Merode Underwear--Onyx Hosiery Ifireek Steamer Patris
agnts iwo submarines
1 omorrow s Sale
Wednesday Surprise No. 816
A Sale of
Cotton Comforts . .
If you want an inexpensive cotton Comfort here's the one to buy.
Silkoline coverings in various colorings and designs, regular full bed
size. Special for tomorrow only $1 19 Each
Salt starts at 8:30.
See window display.
New Sun-Fast Drapery Fabrics
Just received a shipment of new fade-proof drapery fabrics--36-inches wide
auu au iiau in uiue, green, urown or muioerry colors, rncea ouc per vd.
aiso new 101 oi aouDie iacea ngurea Draperies in pretty colorings, same
pattern on both sides of cloth.
Large stock of new Cretonnes, Scrims, Madras, Marquisettes and Scrim,
Voile, or Marquisette (ready made) Curtains..
i 1 V I I
QUALITY AND SERVICE
New York, Oct. JO. Tho Greek
steamer Patris, arriving from 1'iracus
today reported she . was stopped twice
yesterday by a submarine. Whether
she encountered one or two submersi
ble.", her commander did not know.
A cannon shot across the 1'atris' bow
at six o'clock yesterday morning
brought her to ff halt miles off
Sandy Jlook and off Nantucket. The
submarine insiected the Patris by aid
of a searchlight and then disappeared.
At four o'clock yesterday while sixty
miles off Sandy Hook the Patris again
sighted a submarine which made no ef
fort to stop her.
SECRETARY IS FIRED
All Around Town
Oct. 0. City bowling league
. Oct. 11. I. I. Iloak, Head Con
sul, W. O. W., in the city.
" Oct." 13. Inauguration ' of Dr.
, Carl Gregg Doney as presi
dent of Willametto Universi
ty. October 10-17. Degree of Hon
October 17-20. Banti.t state
November . 6. City ' primary
November 7. Presidential election.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
m correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bid i.
The sale of a picture at Greeley, Col
orado, was made, recently by the Frame
Slrop-of -thin city.- The price of the
picture was $23.50. . -
Drink Oereo. the liquid food, the
health drink, Aak your grocer. tf
John Byan, who had almost couclud-
Your gift with our imprint needs no
further recommendation. Set your
watch by our street clock. tinrdncr &
Keeno, Salem's most reliable jewelers.
George White, son of Margaret
White, who died Sunday, is rushing here
as fast as Bteam will carry him. He is
expected to arrive in Sulem Wednesday
at 4 o'clock. All the fumily of the do
The Social Service Center of the Sa
lem Commercial department is urgent
ly requesting the people of Salem who
Hill have bundles for Bundle day, Satur
day, to phone their name and address to
the secretary, Ivan U. McDanirls, at the
Commercial club, so the bundles can be
Carrie Eaton figured as the plaintiff
and I. N. Bales as the defendant in an
action tried this afternoon in Justice
Webster' court for the recovery of
money alleged to be due and owing for
labor performed. As the paper went to
press no decision had been reached in
the case. Several out of town witnesses
were i the stand.
: Johnson's Hat Works, phone 1979
room 4 (ilen hotel, lint ..i.....,.i i.i.,..b'
ceased will be present at the. funeral ed and renevatcd. Hats-called for and
tSpecial meeting of The Salem Rifle club held a good
DeMolny Comniaiidery drill last night in tho old armory in
No. 5, If. T. this even- the city hall, according to Captain
ing. Work in the Tern- Rosenberg. This was the firth ti. . tk
pic degree, visiting iiir ivnignis wei- ioys drilled with the rifles and the
nine. I captain was well pleased with the show-
o I ing they made on the manual of arms.
Rev. John Ovall, who hag charge of At 'ni? time the newly appointed nou
the Swedish work in this pnrt of the l(,ol their iposts. The matter of
country, has-rented the residence of Ketting uniforms is as yet undecided.
Hev. Babcock, at 275 North Twentieth o
street, and will move in next week. This ' . Tiught at D'Arcy (Union) hall, 8 p.
will make Salem the center of the nc- !" ul"' 'u'"'' l'rof. W. A. Jacobs, rad
tivitv for the Swedish church in this icaMocturer, discuss the merits of our
portion of tho state. ' ' ' : presidential candidates. You shuuld
o . I ""t to hear what he 1ms to sav
Hygrade Salem's high class' 5 cent for Wil!"'" '"' doling lies, and Benson. '
cigars for particular smokers. I , " "
' . , M"8- T. D. Jones had a very rJleasant
I. C. Beers, of the J. C Perry Drug ""''l"''"0 yesterday aftemoo u when an
store, is oft on a vacation and is bag
old schoolmate. Win. Barter, of Jlud
son, Wis., culled on her. He oxorossoil
himself as being pleased with Oregon,
Boston, Mass., Oct. 10. Secretary
hdwm L. Kiley of the Red Sox toifhy
received a letter from President J. J.
I.anuiii of that club, now in Brooklyn,
that "his services were no longer re
Tho letter of dismissal from the
world's champions was like a bolt from
a clear sky both to the tans and Id
President Lannin gave no explann
tion in his letter and Riley refused to
comment beyond the fact that if any
statement was forthcoming it would
be lrom the Red Sox ol lice.
A. A. Underhill, of the Townsend
creamery, is -in Lyons on business. He
left Salem Monday afternoon and ex
pects to return Wednesday morning.
The Willamette river took a drop of
another tenth of a foot yesterday and
now stands a foot below low water
Inspiring talks were made at the
noon luncheon yesterday by Paul Wal
lace and Professor W. I. Staley in op
ening the Y. M. C. A. financial cam
paign. At that time the names of pros
pects were assigned. In the afternoon
the men on the committee were at work
and reported excellent success.
That the east side road, or the. Pacific
highway, is in rotten condition for auto
mobile travel to Portland is the state
ment made by O. E. Franzke, of Barnes'
cash store, after a trip dowvu and back
over Sunday. He says he found the
road dry but full .of -ruts, and worn
out. He was ac'eoriipniiied down by his
wife and daughter. He said it was pun
ishment to take the bumping.
Ralph Morrison, -whose home is on
Mill street, expected to be on his way
to Riverside, Cal., yesterday by motor.
He started out yesterday but had to
come back for repairs.. Now ho decided
it was too lute for crossing the moun
tains by motor and will leave Wednes
day or Thursday to ,tako the boat at
Portland for the south. .
ging (f) birds in the vicinity of Salem,
u k-Mii,. - ,.i ii.,.,,.,.,.., I'.,....,., ....
Cd to leave Salem, has decided that thell 'nf Wonillmm. is tiikimr Mr. H..ei ; 1,11(1 llllM l"'"'n guest at several Chi-
iuu is goon enougii, ami win euvmiuc plaen for Hie time being, lie was form-
in misiness at me coiner ot union aim jerry with the .Moore Drug company of
Donald Miles and C. Z. Raudall have
moved their law office to room L'l5 Sa
lem Bauk of Commerce, bldg. octIO
Registration continues very slow at
the city hall. It is estiniuted that sev
eral, hundred voters in Salem have as
yet ' tailed to register, and they are
urged to attend to the matter. The reg
istration books will close October 21.
Frank H. Shedecte candidate for city
iiiartihall primaries Nov. lith. octIO
Frank Barton, of the Oregoulan staff,
formerly with the Daily Oregon States
maa, is in Salem spending his vacation.
He I'ame lip from Portland yesterday
evening and will bo hero several dnys.
He is around the city greeting old
friends this afternoon.
im luicnsant ciiniiers. lie is managing
a large estate, part of which is located
in Salem. The families were friends 4(1 !
' VIHII'U III,,, 11., ...ill ..l.li W....tl 1....'
q i ........ ,ni tinii nnmic nciurc
The Sonora Talking Machine won ,,,U1111,1S "
first prixe at l'aiiainu exposition. Miss . , , ,
Know-land, -121 Court St. I T A Steinbach, prosident of the Salem
.Jewish synagogue, wishes to express
At the meeting of the Pilgrim club """ iihiiiks ami appreciation
for the kindness of J. A. Baker for al
lowing the synagogue the use free of
charge of the second floor of the First
National bank building for the celebra
tion of the recent Jewish holidays. The
holidays extended from September 27
until October S. Other' Jew ish holidays
last .uight at the Congregational church
one of the features of the evening was a
straw vote lor the presidential candi
dates, with the following results: Wil
son 20 and Hughes IS, among the men;
Wilson S and Hughes A, among the wo
men. The meet iiii, wim n tlinritmlil. tin.
joyable one, the address of the evening ' progress but they will be
was well received as well as the sing- c,ll'l"-'t.'l quietly.
Tho Unitarian Woman's Alliance will
meet with Mrs. .1. W. Cox Oct. 13 at
physician, 309 Masonic bldg. Phone 400
CITY ..0 ..0 ..0 ..(J ..11 .Rl,tos4oel.:
All Woodmen of the World who can
possibly do so are requested to be at
the Cilv Yii.w ccmetitrv 'i.l,ww.lt, v nft.
lernoou at .') o'clock for the funeral serv-
The funeral of Levi M. Herren, who l''. .f ,'lvi -M 'lerron, who will be
lied hist iiiirht nt the KiiL.m lmmiitni buried at tluit time. The Woodmen will
Dr. R. Meurio Roberts, osteopathic as the result of an operation for hernia, " i"5 f the services after the
will beheld at 1 o 'clock Wednesdnv aft- ",rl""11 preuehed at the taniily resi
eruoon from his residence on the Silver- llllu'" .(m ,h,'' Silverton road. Tho ro
ton road. The Woodmen of the World ,m'st ' 11111(10 hi' ,ho ''"uncil comniand
vvill hnve charge of the services at the cr
graveside at about 3 o'clock. Rev, 0. 1 0
A. Shepherd will conduct the services at ,(? !ln .nt "101r "'"I" l'"1''."' ,m Thursday
the house- Burial will be in City View "'K ? ,n"'' " wiU "tter for
cometerv. He is survived by a wife ,h" '"0,l''c to investigate. The comuiit
and two brothers, Hornce E. and James U'f . says it is minting Holi
llerren. and one sister. -Mrs. Elvn Esles vnra ''' ihv hundred for thnt occasion
Webb and Clough have charge of the Hll(l P""B circulation. They
One of the saddest funerals of the
city was that of Rose Austin this after
noon at 2 o'clock from the home of Mr.
end Mrs. B. P. Taylor on Center street.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor were wrapped up
in the little girl, who nt 10 years was
showing promise of a bright and useful
life. Interment was In the I. O. O. K
ceinotoiy. Rev. 0. W. Elliott, of Port
land, conducted the services.
WRITING, READING, SEWING
The Salem postmaster is at present
visiting each of the nine rural routes
emanating from the local postofficc
which total a sum of 225 miles. He is
required bv the government to certify
us to the duy and date on which he vis
ited each route and the length of time
required to travel over it. This is the
month when the carriers are counted
for the quarter.
In the person of Mrs, L. Compton the
last soldier of Oregon and Company M
has returned from the Mexican border.
he arrived yesterday from Ashland,
where she went alter the troops and her
husband, Lieutenant Compton, battalion
adjutant, left Imperial Bcuch. Airs.
Compton arrived in Imperial Beach
shortly before the troops were recall
ed. She has been at Ashland over a
mouth visiting friends.
Dave Oraber, Morion county treasur
er, looks as if he had been in a fight.
Ho explains he was trying to run over a
Ford. That is a joke but three stitches
in the left side of his jaw along the
ridgepole of his chin ire no joke. The
figures in this affair are a Ford, a
rough road and a shot gun. -Mr. Drnger
had the shotgun resting against his
breast when the auto struck a bump.
He bounced up and came down with his
jaw jammed against the muzzle of the
gun, which did not give worth a cent.
As a result the ilesh was torn and
bruised and Mr. Drnger is doing a lot of
One of the Spaulding Logging com
pany 's teams took a plunge backward
over the bank yesterday afternoon
while loading wood with the result that
the wagon was smashed to hits and the
horses bruised. It is considered almost
miinculous that, the horses were not
killed or seriously injured as the bank
where the tall took place was over 30
feet in height. J. W Pratt, the driver,
was loading the wagon and attempted to
back the horses closer to the pile of
wood from which he was getting his
load. The horses backed up but he could
not stop them and they plunged over.
The horses are resting today.
KEEPS HUGHES SILENT
"Will Not Talk About Sub
marines But He Criticises
SALEM IS INVITED 10
Many Noted Educators Down
for Addresses Banquet
Willamette Cuivei'sity with its half
century of history and traditions that
aro interwoven with the upbuilding of
the state of Oregon extends a cordial
invitntioii to the people of Snlein to at
tend Ihe innugiiriitiiig ceremonies by
which Carl Oregg Doney will official
ly become the head of the university.
These ceremonies will be held in the
First Methodist church Friilav Octo
On behalf of the committee of the
board of trustees Rev. R. N. Avison,
pastor of the First Methodist church,
extends the following invitation:
"On behalf of the board of trustees
of Willamette Cniversity we hereby ex
tend a cordial invitation to the citii
.ens of Salem to the inauguration ex
ercises of President Carl Cregg lioncy
nt the First Methodist church, Friday
October 13th. The morning session will
open at ten o'clock, nt which time de
grees will be conferred and the inaug
uration proper will take place.
"At two o'clock greetings will be
presented by the governor, state super
intendent ot education, ami the presi-
Household Furniture. I will pay
highest cash price for siuiie.
Woodry, the Auctioneer.
On Friday,. Oct. 13, at 10 a. m,
At the Hayden farm, which is on
the Salem and Independence
road, beinir 4 miles north of In
dependence; consisting of horses,
cattle, ogs, hay,' farm machin
ery, etc. See bills for particulars.
F. X, Woodry,
By Peny Arnold
(Cnited Press staff correspondent )
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. Republican
Xominee Hughes intends to make the
issue of American rights the main
theme of his speeches on this, the third
and next to last of his stumping tours
But it is not to be an analysis of issues
raised by 'submarining of shipping off
the New Kngland const. Those closo to
the (I. (). p. candidate declared today
he felt a sense of patriotic duty not
by anv word now to embarrass the pres
ident in any course that he may -adopt
while reserving the right when tho
tenseness of the present moment hus
passed to present his position.
Hughes expects to reiterate with tho
same vigorous emphasis that ho did in
his speech here last night tho necessi
ty that American rights on land and
sea as to lives, property 'a ml commerce,
be respected and enforced. He will re
fer to the early days of the tension ov
er the (ierman U-boat war.
.Refreshed In-oni the almost super- ,,,. ., ti(11. ' i th , 1 ;.!
Human efforts; of his last campaign trip .if f . u,,., ,i i,..,Ju:,:..u
his voice clear, his gestures forceful I tlll, p,.:v: ,.7i, 'I PIANO TUNING
and Ins arguments carefully arranged,
the former supreme court justice was
in fine trim today.
The governor hud a fairly easy pro
gram touring through Maryland, He
was to speak at the Hagerstown fair in
the afternoon and in Baltimore tonight.
AH' r -
Widow of General
John A. Sutter Missing
Sacramento, Cal., Oct. 10 The wid
ow of (ieneral .John A. Sutter whose i
of the Pacific northwest.
"At o:30 the inauguration bnnquot
will be held at the Hotel Marion. At
eight o'clock a public reception will be
held in the parlors of the First Meth
"To anv and nil of these sessions
the people- of Salem will bo cordiully
The program follows!
10:00 a. in., Senator R. A. Rooth,
presiding, address, Rev, Matt S. Hughes
bishop of the Methodist Kpiscopal
Address, Pres. Carl Oregg .Doney
f. , , . , in., I'l . it, Sd, nin-i rn. ii'.iii-
nTlirCil cniimiiiniil v m nr v . . . ' ' '
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylie B. Allen Co., phono 11S7.
Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
015 Highland Avenue.
lc jjfi jje fi jC s ?c st SS sc J(C c j(c
Liiiiiuuiiu. iiiriiuij'j is rrjjwicu HiiKMllKj Hoil lUlS
Sutter. .John Heich of (lalveston, Texas, ,, ; , . , ,r , , ,. f ,,
a son of Mrs. Sutter, in a letter to the ! t Sotin 1
local police gave out the news thatj,; T c,,,,,,,,,,,,, r.ivcrsitv of
atro Mi-8. Sut tor. poverty Htricken, took) 'iVf?" m ,iv-
,.. i..:.:., MIS. -' '
stops toward claiming the entire city
rwciBNiciiio. vieiicnu ruiiier, nno ai j, Wall,c
in A. Binnnoii, I'liiversily
Lee, A 11 in nv Col-
the city is located, deeded the whole
property to the city of Sacramento.
There were certain provisos in the deed
that Mrs. Sutter claimed' were violated
in her attempt to secure possesion of
the property. ,
Several months ago Mrs. Sutter and
her daughter suddenly left Sacramento
and nothing has been heard of them
Following the death of flenernl Sut
ter, the widow secured jiossessiou of
large land holdings in Mexico, but
through the revolutions in that coun
try, she lost everything. It was then
that she and her family came to Sacra
mento. They appealed to the city of
ficials for aid, in view of (Ieneral Sut
ter's gift, but were turned down.
Two Cases of Infantile
sis in Salem
A report having been become cur
rent that infantilie paralysis exists in
Salem, an investigation has been made
of the matter by a representative of
the Capital Journal with a view of de
termining the exact facts. This investi
gation has resulted as follows: There
are at present two sporadic cases of
the disease, one in the Colvin tnnnlv
on Wilson street, the other in the Ktif-
ner family cast of the city. The Col-
m child is between four uiul tivo
years old, and the age of the Kut'uer
child is l.'l. Both cases are under the
strictest quarantine. There are no in
Pres. L. L. Kpley, Philomath College.
Pres. . ). Kerr, Oregon Agricultural
Pres. Levi T. Pennington,. Pacific
Pres. .1. 11. Aclicrmnn, State Normal
Pres. Chas. J. llushnell, Pacil'ici Vni
versity. Pres. Leonard W. Riley, Mc.Minnville
Hon. .1. A. Churchill, State Superin
tendent of Public Instruction.
iv.'M) p. in. Banquet, Hotel Marion.
Mr. T.' S. McDaniel, Pres. . Board of
Timsts: .Indue Chns.' 8. ' Cutting.' '".'V
Chicago, Illinois. And others. j
. Hjoii p. in. Gcner.il reception, parlors.
First M. K. church. ' J
& & fe 4f ife 4f Jr afc
p If 'l ff "J M
I ocucui-iuucjjcuucuce nuiu
i EDMUKDSON & BURNER, Props
! rhone 909 or 1235
I Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
11:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m. and
6:00 p. m.
Leaves Independence opposite
! 9:00 a. m., 12:;!0 p. m., 4:00 p. m.
j and 7:00 p. m.
t Fare, 50c
j Extra Cars for Country Trips.
I t K fi
jc 3C 9c s)c $C iC St
IHAl'SKR To Mr. unci .Mrs. Paul If.
Hanger, a daughter, on October 0.
Both mother and child nre reported us
getting along nicely. Pnul llauscr is
the recipient of niiiiiy congratulations.
Wedding Invitations, Announcements
and Cnl'.iug Cards Printed at the Jour
nal Job department.
HOCCK Albert j; llouck, aged' 5-1
vcurs, died at' his residence at lOo-l
Market street at 5 o'clock p. in. Oc
tober !), of heart trouble.
The funeral will be held at the Bap
tist church iu'McMinnville Weilnesdn
October 11, 1010. The funeral pait
will leave Salem Wednesday morning
nt 0:30 o'clock for McMinnville. Friends
wishing to view tho body will cull at
Riirilon & Richardson's undertaking par
lors after 3 o'clock this afternoon. He,
; . I.,- 1.: ninlliui. Miu a.Tmc
dications pointing to an epidemic. As H McMinnville; one sister. Mis
a matter ot tact, it is ,,. no way unusu- f M,Mimlvi(.. Mr9.
nl for one or two cases oi tins disease , ',. ... on. , ii.t.n
to exist in a community, but in view,, , u..'....i, , o .i.wtv
of the publicity given the epidemics in , (
the east, and the coiiseiiuent alarm in ; V c u: c i ,.ri.,ru
the public mind, concern is naturally , V,., .CV." , ,Vv it
ut. ' i. ai..-i;.,, ;ii.. Tim .1.... nn tn
l , tMilll-JOI .til -il mil . hi. -
ALL DODGING THE DIVER 1 1,01,1 a wrv.iie i." ,his ei,v n"l"lX
!t late this afternoon and the time
10 wi.i, oil 1,.,1-i changed on account of so ninny friends
r f ii A S X r
New York, Ort.
1 how he has
are three occuiaiions which often
demand glasses to lessen the strain
on the eyes.
if your eyes tiro ecer so little,
let me examine them, nud if needed,
prescribe GLASSES FOR CLOSE
WORK that will rest the nerves, re
lieve the eye strain and keep the
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Building
-.K-l-ft j the successful bidd
say they have a still quietly working
making the good spirits that will be
dispensed while gambling devices of
all kinds will be in order. Bolivars arc
said to be rare and round and not easi
ly fouud and held in enotivitv bv the
government. It is proposed to rake thein
in at this regular dyed-in tlie wool
Oscar E. Price, of the Price Shoe
company, was notified this alter noon
that the Price Shoe company was
awarded a $1,'J00 contract for supplying
the state institutions with ball bearing
boots. The award was made through
the board of control. This is the first
time that such a contract has been
awarded to a Salem firm and the Price
Shoe company feels quite jubilant over
its successful bid- It is also the first
time thut any retail utore has secured
the contract. Heretofore the shoes
have been supplied by firms out of the
state. Last year a Seattle company was
Wilcnn-"'" ,'l0(1K,,s ni"
ITUaUIl kept them.
PoM-n,, His Stand for the working
A LECTURE TONIGHT, 8 p.m.
Prof. W. A. Jacobs,
Noted Socialist Lecturer and Traveler.
At D'Arcy (Union) Hall. Court Street
(Ovwr Wells-Fargo Office.)
Av. a u,ll nn lli.i 1'iir,.. .
mast extinguished, the Anchor liner! .
Cnmerouia arrived here early "today 1
from Liverpool. She had till passengers
aboard. She reported she had received '
a warning that submarines were iu the
of the deceased wishing to be present.
vicinity of Nantucket and had inunedi-
atelv changed her course to the south.
The Creek steamship Tans also ar-l . .
rived today from Meditehaneanh ports William Cullom of Mill itv is m,
and reported she had sighted a subiua-1 the city. j
rine off Nantucket. I P. V. Fletcher of Independence is a
m Snlein visitor.
BILLINGS PERFECTS APPEAL i A. W. Wilde of Toledo, is stopping
at tiie Capital hotel.
San Francisco, Oct. 10. The formal C. W. Davis of Falls City and S. V.
appeal of Warren K. Billings, convict-! Moore of Pendleton are guests nt the
ed of murder in connection with the pre-i Bligh hotel.
paredness parade dvnamiting was filed j Mr. and Mrs. H. W (.niiick, .Mrs.
in the superior emourt today. The court nelson. Netta and Wilmn (.aiin k are
ordered the evidence transcribed und I guests at the Capital hotel. j
ttnlimitte.1 to the ilistricl court of ail- 1 1
1"",la- . Marguerite Clark I
two games postponed j An Irish Lassie !
Los Angeles. Cal.," Oct. 10. Ow ing to f-
non-arrival of Oakland, today's Oak- Stars in Famous Players Production,
land Los Angeles game was uot played. Little Lady Eileen"
San Francisco, Oct. 10. Today's Ver-noii-Snn
Francisco game postponed,
lo you believe in fairies When
Maude Adams asked that question ot
the end of bet marvelous performance
in "Peter Pan" every man, woman
and child in the theatre iuvarinbly
joined in the chorus of affirmatives.
Now Marguerite Clark, herself the in-
! carnation of the elf spirit, is being
starred by the Famous Players Film
Compnnv in its delightful fairy tale,
' "Little Lady Kileen," which is the
attraction at Ye Liberty Theatre to-
Mny. And is, at the end of th eperform
anee. little Miss Clark were to step out
of the screen upon the Mage and ask
the audiences of Ye, Liberty Theatre
whether they too believ'e in fairies,
there is little room for doubt that they
would unanimously shout "yes!"
MR. JAMES GOCDARD.
Mr. lioildnid was born and reared on
a farm near KnoxvilK', Tenn. He eamo
from a family with natural musical
voices, iind in his early boyhood days
was known us the "Boy" Wonder."
After linking studied for a year with
William Clare Hull, tenor, of Chicago,
Mr. Coddurd sailed for Paris, October
10, P.I00, to continue his studies with
.lean de Reszke, studying with tho
wonderful master for two years, llo
niade his debut October 10 , 1011, at
Royal Opera, Covent Cardcn, London,
Kngland. After singing the leading
bass roles for three seasons Mr. lloil
dard was engaged for six years with .
the Imperial Opera of Vienna, Austria,
where he sang the lending bass parts
for one year, nt which time the great.
Kuropeau war broke out and Mr. liod
dard, like many other artists, was
forced to leave Kurope nud returned
to America. According to critics, Mr.
(ioddard is one of the leading bass
baritones on the concert and operatic,
Mr. Ooddard will be one of the
strong attractions on the local lyceuni
course this seasou.
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