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CTKc Daito fiklol Journal
-r SALEM, OEGOH
TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918.
WE HAVE A GREAT MANY
ATISFIED SHOE CUSTOMERS
? ho IfcgPkk the advantage of trading at a J. C. Penney Store. We
Sf aSIria J mn'T17 in a TO varietof STYLES, COLORS,
MATERIALS, and PRICES. Any one wishing to get the greatest values for
their money should not fail to give us a call
LADIES' OXFORDS in a Mahogany I LADIES' SHOE in a nice shade of
of Cjn rlf VP?pulf.r' " ha a Russian calf vamp with
of Russian Calf, with an imitation tip new-buck top, Goodyear weH sole,
and a military heel, Goodyear, welt has either a late military or a French
hw dl 13 an excPtl0ft" j4 This is an extremTly nice, serv-
lowsnoeat $4.50 iceable high class shoe for ..$7JJ0
wtetinGra h0e With Mw:,ck Ladies Dress Shoe, with black kid
wmg tip and canvas vamp and top. vamp, and a mahogany brown top
It has a good rubber military heel. French heeL This is a late styHsh
This is a stylish summer shoe $4 5Q shoe at . 55 59
All Around Town
ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER.
.....TMlTMHtHttHMMMMIH " IIITTTTTT
SUIT LOST BECAUSE
reme Court Holds "This
Is Tone Limit In Suits
Among the it opinions handed
down by th euprtfnis court today was
one la the tuit of Grace D. Baince
gainst the Massachusetts Bonding &
IneuraivcB company, and William liscb,
appealed from, Marion county.
The defendant Each ynm shoriff of
Marion county. The Massachusetts
Bonding & Insurance company a sure
ty on liia official bond to well and
faithfully perform the duties of h,is
office. Equipped with a judgment
ajjains L. 8. Barnes in favor of A. B,
Spencer, the aheriff levied upon end
old ome shares of stock which plain
tiff Grace D. Barnei claim as her own.
Vpoa these facte ehe brought cult
agalnet the aheriff and his mire tie to
recover damages for the levy and sale.
To the complaint the defense Interpos
ed! a demurrer pleading the statute of
Koutiations nd allying the action wa
nwt commenced within three years, tho
time limited by the codo of dvil pro
cedure of the state of Oregon.
it ia conceded the action was begun
more than three years after the act
complained of and lee than six years.
This leaves the only contention the
question am to whether the three year
Cancer cf Nose Cured
Prominent resident certifies to Curt
'by Dr. a C. Stoae of Salem-
Salem, Ore., June 5. 1918.
To Whom it May Concern:
For one year or more I was trou
bled with, a cancer on any nose I fully
realized It was constantly getting
worse and aftor duly considering the
aangors or cancer i eoncludod to go
under the treatment of Dr. 8. C. Stono
Of 8alora, Oregon. The doctor gave me
. a liquid to apply as directed for several
days and then a simple ointment and
in. a few days the cancer camo out and
healed up nicely and has given me no
more trouble- I cheerfully recommend
Dr. trtone and his treatment. My 'home
is near Oervais on route 2.
Signed: J. II, HASSEY.
I will be pleaded to refer you to
many other people whom 1 have re
cently cured of cancer.
0 S. C. STONE, M. D.
limitation or tho six year period should
In the lower court Judge Kelly sus
tained tho demurrer holding the limi
tation wias clearly within the three
year provision of the codo of proce
dure. From this ruling plaintiff ap
peals. In an opinion by Justice Burnett.
tha lower court is sustained, Justice
Burnett stating in the lojunion that
"sheriffs, corouors and constalblog form
a special class of officials embraced
in the shorter limitation. The partic
ular language of section 7 takos the
present case out of the more geneal
terms of section 7 of the statute of
limitations, and constitutes the srov-
erning rule of limitation in tho pres
ent instance. The judgment is affirm
ed. The other cases arc
L. P. Davidson vs John Madden, an-
peliant; appealed from Qilliam; action
to recover imonoy on promissory noto;
opinion by Justice Moore: Circuit
J udige Barkor affirmed.
h. L. Sherman vs T, A. Sherman, ap
pellant: appealed from Multnomah;
suit for divorce submitted on motion to
dismiss; opinion per curiam, suit or
dered dismissed. .
H. B. Thomas vs T. C. Feebler, ap
pellant: appealod from Multnomah;
suit to collect rent; opinion by Justice
Burnett; Circuit Judge Kavauaugh affirmed.
Arthur E. Holdcn, ct al.. appellants
vs C. E. Culstrom: owealod from Til-
luimook; aetion for forcible detainer
arising from alleged breach of terms
of lease for "and; opinion by Chief
Justice Mc Bride j Circuit Judge Bag-
ley reversed and ease remanded.
A. A. Astill ot al against A. M. liar
county judge of Tillamook county
and tho county commissioners, et al;
appealed from Tillamook. This was a
proceeding to review the action of
the county court of Tillamook county
in establishing a county road. The act
ion of tha county court was sustained
in the lower court, and this judgment
is affirmed in an opinion by Justice
Potitions for rehearing were denied
ia the cases of Gilo & t'o. vs La Salle,
State, vs Ford, and a rearguuiont grant
ed in Wright vs Winbody.
of Salem Elks Lodge
Court House News
in tno sum of Dunham Fletcher &
Oolman against George W. Case, a
juugmeuD ootanied in November 1908
was renewed and made effective for
iu years lunger uukss snmmr i;..
A supplementary appraisement of
ertain property belonging to the es
tate of Cloorge Downing, deceased, was
ru-appinuseoj in araer to permit the
rropw apiportionlment of the inheri
In the matter of tho 'estate of E.
P. McCornaek an order confirming the
sale of the undivided two ninths of
the Mary Moody estato to Malcolm
Moody for $10,000 was made.
In the matter of the estate of The
resa C. Vaiulerbcck, final account was
filed and the dato for hearing the
same was fixed for 10 o'clock July 15
ia the county court room.
In tho matter of the estate of Miss
Angie Kaiaor, deceased, an order ap
pointing appraisers was made and the
following namey: Albert O'Brien,
Lafe Hill and Elmo 8. White.
June 12. Glee Club Concert
by Salem High school chorus at
armory, 8 p. m.
Jane 12. Commencement day
June 13 Mrs. Vernon Kellogg
at M. E. church, 8 p.m.
June 14. Flag Day.
June 14. Band eoncert Will
June 14. High school gradua
tion. June 17. Patriotic Mass
Meeting at armory, 'Wake Up
June 17 Election of two
school directors in Salem.
June 17-26. Female aliens
June 21. Annual meeting
members Salem Commercial club
June 23. War Savings Stamp
mass meeting at armory.
June 26. Concert of Salem
Apollo club at Opera house.
Dr. II. P. Mendelsohn fits eyes cor
rectly, v. a. National Bsnk Bldg. tf.
"The funeral beautiful.'
The Standard Oil company has sent
a brand new truck of the Mack make
to this city. It is especially designed'
tor use m uistributing coal oil and gaso
Patton Plumbing Co.. 385 Chemeketa
Phone 1096. We do repair work. Stoves
and furnaces coiled. tf.
A treat for Salem. The Salem high
school chorus in concert at the ar
mory, Wednesday, 8 p. m. Admission
The Standard Oil company has In
creased the wages of its employes hfiro
and supopscdly elsewhere. Those getting
$'! a month wre raised to $114 and
those drawing $114 were advanced to
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge, Ho. 50 A. F. & A. M..
this evendng.. Work in the E.
A. degree. Visiting brothers
Here Wednesday, 150 voices in con-
cort at the armory, Wednesday 8 p. m.
The high achool chorus. Admission 15
The Industrial exhibit of the State
Institution for Feeble Minded will be
htld Wednosday evening of this week
instead of Thursday evening as first
The latest song, "Amtorica Trium
phant," by Demarest will be sunt? by
the high school chorus Wednesday, at
the anmory. Admission 15 cents.
The aphis, which has destroyed about
half of this gardens in the city is hav
ing a hard struggle for existence these
warm days. In many parts of the city,
it has almost destroyed the first plant
ings of cabbage.
two months especially to look after El
fins that hava been sold by Mr. Gil
bert. The garage will take the agency
for the Commerce and Morehead trucks.
Mr. MeCraeken of Portland the west
em agent is in the city looking after
ths interests of these two trucks.
Tha new star discovered on the day
of the eclipse, can. plainly be seen, ac
cording to E. T. Barnes, who has made
a special study of astronomy. Last (even
ing the star could be seen shining
brightly. About 10 o'clock it can be
located by looking 30 degrees from the
horizon a little to the south of east.
At 11 o'clock, the star is about 45 de
crees high in the heavens. In the con
stellation Aquila may be seen three
stars of the first magnitude and the
new star is the lower right hand one.
The Businessmen's League lined up
behind the ' War Savings Stamp cam
paign, at the meeting held last even
ing at the Commercial club. The mem
bers aired to co-operate in every wav
in the campaign and to facilitate mat
tors, all agreed to have stamps for sale
in their places of business and that all
cleiks shall wear the laree W. S. S.
button during the campaign. They will
also refer to the campaign in their ad
vertisements and personally assist when
assigned to duty Monday and Tuesday
June 24 and 25.
Mrs. Vernon Kellogg who will speak
Thursday evening at the First Metho
dist church on her experiences while
working with, the food commission in
Belgium, is a speaker of national repu
tation, in uregon she will deliver but
two addresses, here and in Portland.
She was the only woman member of
the Belgium Belief Commission, work-
ng with the commission for six months.
HtT talk is of special interest to women
as she will tell frankly what she saw
"f Belgium under tho control ot the Ger
mans. After speaking here Thursday
evening she will go to Portland for an
address Friday afteruuuu tm neilig
theatre. hilo in Portland she will
bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B
At the old people's services held Sun
day at the First Christian church,
representative elderly people were
grouped on the platform. To add "to the
reality of the occasion, an old time cab'
inet organ was used with the singing
f Mmus. Among those wh made five
minute talks w,sre C. A. Wallace. Mrs.
Jennie Watson, C. A. Eadcliff, Mrs.
Flora Clark and Adam Burns. Mis. Chas.
Davis gave a reading "Sweet Old
Days." Songs were sung by a quartet
composed of Mrs. Flora Clark, Mrs. Sal
ah Biggs, Scott Eiggs and J. W. Har
rit. Mrs. F. T. Porter as pastor pre
sided at the meeting.
iiii Q T? Tf
Now Greatly Reduced Dozens of New Styles just
receiyed-all go at Special Prices
LADIES' HATS .................. $1.49 TO $3.98
CHILDREN'S HATS 39c TO $1.75
Our Priced Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
COMMEECIAL and COUET STREETS, FORMERLY CHICAGO 8T0R3
The Salem Elklet, a monthly maga
zine published by the local Elks' lodge
about every so often, announces that
Exalted Ruler Harry Wenderoth has
mado the following appointments for
the eoming year:
. Esquire, A. 4t. Wallace.
Esquire, A. R. Wallace;chaplin, Jons
W IV ,1-1. I.... ...... -.1 1 T. -CVoV...
II. wut, jllllll K1WIUI Jt U. A'lCHUl.
organist, D. C. Burton; chairman of
orchestra, O. J. Kurth; big brothers,
Aug. Huckestoin, P. H. D'Arey, S. M.
Endioott; cntortaluinout. Chas. li
Archard, Lee Canfield, Pr. C. Ji
O'Neill: finance, Geo. II. Riches, Fred
J. Smith, O. J, Meyers; sick and relief.
A. II. Moore, E. A. Kurt, Merritt
Davis: investigating, R. . A. Crossan,
Roy Burton. II. A. Talbott; war rolief,
Louis Laohmund, John Mauror, W. W.
A license to imarry was issued today
to Harry Heffley of Independence and
Verneta Rivket of this city.
No war savings stamps will be sold at
the mass meeting to be held at the ar-
Tho mnntinir u tw tha i,n With a college companion, Miss
may become familiar with the War 8av-lF(lft Spitzbart recently made the trip
ings Stamps campaign that will be tmtl "om vauis i oaiora in a canoe, ay
The high school students have sold
incc the beginning of the War Saving
stamp campaign thrift stamps to the
value of $10,243.75. As the enrollment
of the high school is now S02, this
averages about (20 for each student
in the school.
Damage Suit Filed
Against Cheese Concern
An action was begun today in the
circuit court by J. D. McCutchan
against the Donald cooperative cheese
factory and James P. Fellers, its man
age?. Plaintiff alleges that ho was em-
ployed by the defendants to drive a
or, is in the city, accompanied by Chas.
E. Curtin, conferring with interests
that aro in need of labor. The office
will be established in the city as long
as there is a demand for labor.
Albert Roberts of Portland spent this
week end with relatives in the city.
E. R. Taft, route agent of the Wells
Fargo Express company, is in the city
on an official visit.
R. A. Booth of Eugene is in the city
attending a meeting of the trustees of
Rev. D. H. Leech of Corvallis is in
the city attending the commencement
exercises of Willamette University.
W. M. Hamilton went to Portland this
morning to attend to Portland Railway
Light & Power business matters.
Mr. an Mrs. William Ridirewav of
inuepenaence are in the city. Mr. WJge-
way was principal of the Independence
schools last year and will occupy the
same position in Dallas the coming year
Miss Marie Hovedebo left yesterday
for Saskatchewan, Canada, for a fow
weeks visit with her sister.
Mrs. Birdie Brooks of Tacoma is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. J. G. Mcintosh of Independence
was a Salem visitor Monday.
Arthur Rahn of the Rodgers Paper
company is in Corvallis on business.
Mrs. Chas. riper, who is now em-
team Catherine ud cream and milk
from the farmers along a given route, ployed at the Perry Drug store, was
and delivering tha -empty cang and formerly with the Owl Drug store in
o'.i in tlwo city and county beginning
Monday, June 24. One of the leading
tmanciors of the state, A. L. Mills, pre
sident of th First National Bank of
1'ortland, will deliver the principal ad
Mooro, W, E, Keyes, C. "Van Patten;
timet, it. n. liosahurut, Arthur Ben
son, O. V. L. Snyder.
LIVES 200 YEARS!
For more than 200 years, Haarlem
Oil, the famous national remedy tf
noiinna, nas neon recognized as an In
f alible relief from all forms of kidney
and bladder disorders. Its very age is
proof that it must have unusual merif.
If you are troubled with pains or
aches in the back, feel tired in the
morning, headache, indigestion, in
somnia, painful or too frequent pas
sage of urine, irritation or stone in
the bladder, you will almost certainly
find quick relief in GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem. Oil Capsules. This is the good
old remedy that has stood the test for
hundreds of years, prepared in the
proper quantity and convenient form
to take- It is imported direct from Hol
land laboratories, and you can set it at
any drug store. Your money promptly
refiiialod if it does not relieve you. But
be sure to get the genuine GOLD MED
AL brand. In boxea, three sizes. i
the canoe route the distance is 45 miles
and the trip was easily made in two
days. Miss Spitzbart has resumed her
position as bookkeeper with the Rogers
Next Monday evening by means of
moving pictunes'and stereoptican views
tli o public will be given additional in
formation as to conditions in Europe.
Tho address will be delivered at the ar
mory and the speaker comes under the
dircctiou of the war publicity commit
Those who happen to have mileage
books may take them to the ticket ofi
cts of the railroads and have them re
deemed at the rate paid, 2c cents a mile.
Those who would like to carry mileage
books for convenience may continue to
do so. but the price will be three cents
a mile plus the war tax, the regular
riMit lot traveling.
Lee L. Gilbert, distributor for tha El
gin car announces ,that a factory me
chanist, Arthur R. Winbcrg, will be at
his garage today and tomorrow to look
over any Elgin ears that have been
purchased recently. This is In line with
the policy of Mr. Gilbert and the Elgin
peoplo whereby the Elgin car is inspect
ed free for every 500 miles It is driv
en up to 7,500. A factory machinist will
vHt the Elgin headquarters here everv
whey to them from the factory. That
in order to facilitate the loadang and
unloading of the cans of milk and
whoy, iplatforms were built at the
places whero milk was received from
the farmers, ana that these wero sup
poscdi to be strong and high enough
for the purpose. It is alleged at one.
place that of Walker there was no
proper platform, and plaintiff reported
the same to defendants and was told
to go on with his work and a platform
would be provided. At this place an
old dry goods box was used as such
platform and that on the 23d of June
litis, in unloading a van of whey at
this point plaintiff fell straining the
muscles "1 tendons of his ankle and
foot and fracturing the bones thereof.
That plaintiff ever since has been in
capacitated for work and that owing
to infection in March 1918 he was
compelled to euffer tho amputation of
his leg at a point a few inches below
the knee. He brings euit for fUo.OOU
damages gud for $350 paid out in sur
geons charges and care.
Bureau In Salem
The U. S. department of labor will
oHn a branch office in the city locat
ed in the rooms formerly occupied by
tho Red Cross headquarters on State
street, adjoining the Postal Telegraph
The bffiee (will be in charge of
James R Colonnan. It will be the work
of this office to put the man who
wants a jab and tho man who needs
help together. The of ice will cooper
ate with the Commercial chvb and with
the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. in
their efforts to place workers in the
fields, especially during the coming Lo
K. if, Bonbam, immigration mspect-
Mrs. Hans Christcnson and her little
daughter left this morning for Portland
where they expect to spend a week's
visit with Airs, it. Warren, mother of
I have this 10th day of June, sold
all my interests in the plumbing busi
ness to A. L. Brazier and he will con
tinue the business. All my frienda and
patrons will be cared for by Mr. Frazier
oigneu; jsi o. PRATT-
tie, at the age of CI years. His' death
was due to pneumonia.
He is urvived by a wife, whn has
been ill for several weeks and three
children, Ernest, ago 9, Albert, ag0 12,
and Carl, ago 15, He has two half sis
ters living in South Dakota and a bro
ther in Germany.
The funeral services will be held at'
the Mcnnonite church at Pratum at 1
o'clock Friday afternoon. Burial will
be in the Pratum cemetery.
Ferdinand Mantio was born in 18of
at Schillersdorf, Germany. In 1884 ho
came to North Dakota with his aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Winkleman.
In 1891 he came with them to Oregon,
and in 1898 was married to Miss SuraU
WHEELER. To Mr. and Mrs. Ambroso
Bennett Wheeler of South Salem,
day June 11, 1918, a son.
Ho has been named Bennett Ambrose
Sacred Heart Academy
SCHEIMAN. To Mr. and Mrs. Otto K.
Schciman, 1095 South 14th street,
Tuesday June 11, 1918, a son.
WRIGHT.-To Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Wright 208 Bush streot, Sunday Juno
10, 1918, a son.
He has been named Omega Joseph
Wright. This is tha third child in the
family, the first being named Alpha.
Mr. Wright is candidate for chief of
police at the fall election.
WIMER. To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wi-
mcr of Pendleton, Oregon, June 10.
1918, a son.
The parents formerly lived in Sakm,
Mr. Wimer is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Wimer, 1672 Center street. This
is their first grandchild.
On Thursday evening. June the thir
teenth, will occur the annual commence
ment exercises of Sacred Heart aca
demy in the Salem high school auditor
ium. Five girls will Teceive diplomas
from tha modern language course, four
of the girls also receiving teacher's
ceritficarteti. .flans and preparations
are being made to make the fifty fifth
commencement exercises compare fav
orably with other years. Everyone is
coramuy mvitea to attend these ex
ercises, only children under six are
requested not to be brought. The fol
lowing girls will graduate this year:
Ansa vvaineinnna uoenier, Aliss iTan
ces Doergler, Miss Clara Doerfler, Miss
Anna Berodorfncr and Miss Eleanor
MANTIHj At his home near Pratum
ounoay, June a, ii, i'crdinand Man-
A LONG JOURNEY
NEEDS PREPARATION !
"If" you were going on a
long .journey you would ar
range your affairs so that
your family would fare well
while you were. away.
Are your affairs in shape
for that "Long Journey"
which every one is called
upon to take sooner or later;
If death should come sud
denly would the family be
taken care of as you would
A Mutual Life Policy
takes the place of your in
come. Consultation free atT
MUTUAL LIFE OFFICE ;
371 State Street j
J. F. Hutchason, i
. District Manager ",
The Second Annual :
Concert of the
ISO VOICES . ;
of Miss Magers
m At the AMMORY