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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.
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GUARD" IN CONGRESS
ibuatw iiuiiu, ncuidoAo, in
troduced Resolution To
Amend Senate Rules.
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(I'nited Pre84 Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Nov. 18. Semite pro-
SrCStivea todav OIM'lll',1 thiM. fiirl.t til
prey tit the Republican "old guard"
i from moiiopizinx power after lluia 4.
j .Senator Morris, Nebraska, introduced
ja resolution to amvnd senate rules so
that the chairman of any of the "bin
'eight senate committees cannot be
I wade a nurnibor of anv other of the
I The eight committees niv finance,
j foreign relations, military affairs, nav
ial affairs, appropriations, interstate
! comm. ree, judiciary and postof f ice, up
j on which will rest responsibility for
j formulation of reconstruction legisla
tion. Attempt to Prevant Fight.
A'igoroiis fforts have been mnde to
prevent Xorris goiug ahead with this
nde fifjht, since ; gavf notice last
F.id'y of his int itions. But Morris
if 1:1 d to listen a - 1 today had the res
o!ii;i iii referred t( tho ruKs comniittee,
v. hic'i is controllr ! by Democrats. Or
ii avily this emriuittce- would at onco
liififinhole a iu' proposed by a l?i
publican, but us1 iiement of the d
imindo is eairpr ' j form some kind ol u
c(ilition with ' prujjn-wives " who v. ill j
1 jld the lmlnr.i" of power in the ncfl
i.ionn'e, it in cx-eHvJ the resolution will
receive favoi-tive consideration.
Bun of Support.
- It' it docs ' '. Norris wilt call it be
fore the sen- '. In that .event, hj is
.vt nf pntiaiil -rfitile RlllHlori. Tt in unl't
f the niitic.ina'eil progreisive revolt iiT
congress ucanist vssible control uv
renvnse, who is i.1 !r'' for the chair
ninnship of the pnw r-ful senate finance
committee, aceordim to the proun ssivo
Kioup. Borne republic mis, therefor nru
seriously considerina; 'ho advisability
of ui'ijinfr Penrose not to insist on the
.fit'niiee chairmanship, i is stated.
At a caucus this week republicans
will disciiM YrayB of meetiiijj the," pro
wressive" move and hopes held nut
for an amicable solution. :
Makes Charming CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Anurican Ace Privileged To
rMeL?st Wit Over
With the American Armies in Fiance
Nov. 18. Captain Eddie Ricl;enl:aekei
of Cohnulbusi Ohio, dean of American
ace's, is believed to have fireu the last
shot of the war. He was unen the hon
or of mnkinir the last flight Over the
(Icrmon linea before the armistice be
came effective. -
liickcnbacker left his hangar at
10.45 a, ni. last Monday for his last
At exactly 10:59 Riekenbftckcr pass
ed over a Herman transport co.nmn
and held the trigger of hi inacliino
Kim down for a minute. In that time he
poured X")0 rounds Of sluit info the
bodies, who scattered before hvm.
General Iigeft yesteruav decorated
Kickenbuclicr, Iiieutenant Louis Simon
also of Columbus, and five other avi
ators with the American distinguished
lloth Kickenbacker and Simon were
Slanted medals by the French govern
ment lust week.
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Size ,')6-inch ......$12.00
Napkins to match (dozen). .$12.00
Napkins (dozen) ....$ 8.75
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Selections now while the assort
ment is complete.
24-inch . ........ .5.00
Size 20x45 ...,$9.00
Size 20x54 , ,.....$6.50
Size 20x45 ......$7.50
Size 20x45 .$6.50
45-inch on heavy linen
various designs . .$12.50
Baby Slips $1.50 to $3.25
All linen, handsome de
signs 75c, 85c, 95c, $1.00
24x34 . ..$1.00
15x25 . $1.75
15x25 . .$2.50
$3.00, $3.25, $4.00
Various sizes and de
signs from 6 inch to 15
inch . . . . .50c, 98c, $1.25
Ladies' Night Gowns
Ranging in price from
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Baby Carriage Spreads
Material, pique, differ
$5.25 and $5.50
Ladies Envelop Chemise
$5.95 and $6.00
Ladies' Chemise $4.75
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Court House News.
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
DO YOUR PAST
In the case of the State Land Board
against J. M. Slyton on a fowelosure
proceedings in whiirh the Oregon (Stale
bunk is interested, "the bank litis filed
nn answer to the cross complaint in
which it asks judgment I'Rainst two of
the def.ndunts, Daisy M. Hnrter and
11. C. Harter for 400 and attorneys
fees. It alsu asked that in tho fore
closure proceedings and sale of land by'
the sheriff aftvr the amount due the
ji.miu nonrn 13 pain, mat me procecMs
ne applied to the interests ot the Ore
Hrfn State bank.
For value buy our special
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it 1 11'. Wutiful Stone and a
ill table inveatinant. This
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the case in the circuit court be dis
missed without prejudice.
Boat Launched In Salem
Saturday By Spaulding
The estatv of Julia Griffiith Hibbard
While not exactly in the class with
Portland when it conieg to huving boat
luuuchiuKS, Saleuit lias the distiuctiou of
beinj classed with eities that have held
Lumbermen Would ' wSmat014 Sa,i,rtlay the
KPPII Iln ffiflh PlIPPC Thp ,n'el" hastily called to
aavi-H vjl iHjjII ililH oeviso ways aud means of meeting coa-
- dilions in the lumber industry, brought
Portland, Or., Nov. 18. N0 reduction lout ')' the cessation of hostilities
In wagoa until there Is a marked re- a,ul ciianjtinjr from war to a peace basis
duetion in the cost of living; conlinu- There were men In attendance owu
Blion of the l.oyal Lej;ioii with the ' managers and stockholders from all
presvnt military organiiration dieo'n,f( l'U of Oregon and Washiuuton. It
Ihe Legion under General Diaqnc; r- considered one of the most repre
rii;cst that the Government anticipate initiative K"oi''nts the industry hn.i
Uie needs of building requirements for Lvld. .
K'I9 that there may lie no uuemploy-j Canal Charge Oppoaed.
went crisis; request for a reciprocal George G. McLeod of Portland of-
duty on Cnnadiau lumber; removal ot ferred a verbal resolution that a com-
tf.a Panama canal toll charges on in- mi i toe ut thiv,ie he appointed to seek
er-eoHHtnl lumber shipments theaj removal of the toll ehargea at the l'un
were the high lights in tho conferonc ama eauat ou itnercoastal lumber ship
if the West Coast Lumbermen' assu- nient. This resolution, which ia of vit-
. jal coneem to" most of the lumbetmen,
wa.f unnniniously adopted. Tie com
mittee will be named at a latvr date.
I Heven men were appointed to serve
,n a committee to attend the confer
ence in Chicago, which ia to be attvmd
has been valued at $4,921.38 and a ri'-ls-ss
port made tothe county court. The ap
praisers were Y. K. Callister, lid U.
Adams and M. G. Guuderson.
II. II. Booster, guardian for tin? sev
en children of Henry Kiev has been
given permission by the county court
to i-'iit the real property belonging to
the children, to Charlea Gooding, it
will 1-c remembered that the parents of
the children died on the same day a
l'vw months ago from trichinosis.
get the Genuine
in Every Cake
,ed by Judge Edwin B. Parker, of the
, War Industry board, and after the Chi
jcago meeting the committeemen will
j proceed to Washington to carry on their
mission. This committee consists of
In the matter of the estnte of Louisa
Keeler, the county court has appointed
D. D, Keeler administrator with will
K. d. Hopson, rweiver of tho Willam
ette Valley Irrigated Land company, in
th suit of the company against John
Filosi, has filvd a motion asking that
Ralph H. BurnaidV of Raymond, Wash.;
J. j. Donovan of Bellingham, Wash.;
W. II, Boner of Everett, Wash.; A. S.
Kerry of Portland; Frank II. Ransom
of Portland and A. C. Dixon of Eugene,
Or. R. B. Allen, secretary of the as
sociation, will accompany the committee.
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such interesting affairs.
1'or o' Saturday afternoon at 2:30
the Gray Eaglo was slid off the ways
and officially launched by the Spauld
ing Logging company. The boat has
been in the dry dock since early in the,
summer and now appears as practically
a new boat. The main diffidence be
tween the Gray Eagle and otffar boats
is the fact that this is the second time
it has been launched, whib the ordi
nary boat generally has but one.
The Gray Eagle, owned by the Spaul
ding Logging company for the past 20
years is of 114 gross tons, with a k'r.gth
of 140 feet. When in active service
eight m en constitute tho crew, thro.i
of which are oblif,v-d to havo govern
During its lifetime which has been
all passed on .the Willamette river, the
Gray Eagle has towed 500,000,000 feet
of lumber to the Spaulding mill in Sa
Xin and to the paper mills at Oregon
City. It draw9 20 inches of water and
now since it has been thoroughly over
hauled, is regarded as serviceable a
boat as it was when built in l!iM.
Western Motor Car
Owners Are Numerous
Western states rank high among those
of the Union in the number of automo
biles owmd rer capita, according to
the latest comanrative figure's. The
most populous eastern states are well
down thv list and Southern states form
the rearguard. Nebraska leads with
l()7,4O0 automobiles, or one for every
7.0 persons. Alabama is in lasi ...s.ce
with one car for every 63.7 persons.
Washington, Oregon and Idaho rank
13, 19 aud 20, respectively, in the list.
Washington has 108,324 cars, or one
for vvery 14.4 inhabitants; Oregon, 57,
Otifs oue to every 14.8 persons, and
Idaho, 2S 800, one to. every 15.1 per
sons. California is the leading Western
state with a total of 311,619 cars, one
for every 9.S persons. Montana is No.
5 among the states, Arizona 9, Wyo
ming 13, Nevada 14. Nvw York is
way down the list as 33, Pennsylvania
is 36 and Massachusetts is 37.
First Auto Licenses
Are " Issued For 1919
Automobile license No. 1, for 1919,
will decorate the car of Harold R.
j Whitby of Corvallis, as he was the
lucky man in the drawing conducted
Saturday in the office of Secretary of
State Olcott. Licenso tag No. 2 went
to Mrs. Samuel Elmore of Astoria.
Charley Hanman of Portland received
lievnue tag No. 1, for motorcycles, aud
F. G. Clark of Portland, received; tag
No. 2. . , l
When the drawing was made over
3100 applications for licenres wvre ou
hand. They were all placed in ft box
and shuffled and then drawn out one at
n time, and the nuniber3 were assigned
as the applications were drawn.
"Trom now on the license numbers will
be assigned in tbe order the applica
itions for licenso plates are received. As
there are over 63,000 motor vehicre-s in
the state, Secretary of State Olcott
points out the necessity of everyone
making application -early or otherwise
there will be such a congestion in his
office that many may not get their
lievnse tags before the first 'of tha
No License Necessary
For Jrm Buildings
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval
lis, Nov. 13. No license is now neces
sary regardless of cost, for the eivction
of farm buildings, flour and feed mills,
according to an announcement from the
nou. war construction section at Wash
ington. D. C, received by the Stare
'""ouncil of Defense and forwarded to
George B. Hyslop, professor of farm
crops at the eollego. ,
Th telegram reads: "War indus
tries board has removed, effective at
nice, all restrictions on all buildings in
cluding houses and garages costing not
ome than tlOOOO. Between 10,000 and
25.000 Stat.j Council of Defense can is
sue licenses. Above 25,000i Washing-
j'ton approval necessary. N0 license irre
jspective of cost ou farm buildings, flour
and feed mills, railroads and public ut
I ility work, highways, streets and
j bridges, wheat warehouses and grain el
evators. Wlien schools, churches, hos
pitals and municipal buildings do not
cost over $25,000 they can go ahead."
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