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TIT OAIJ Y r.AFTTM. JOURNAL SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1919.
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Methods vs. Old
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Let us explain all the features of the
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C. S. Hamilton
340 Court Street Salem, Oregon
Mr and Mrs. M. T. Madsea find son?
Ti'ddie, Clyde and Carroll mid Mrs. F.
H Runcorn sad son Glenn mot wd to
Mrs. I,. K. Ii!f5 !UiK Cily h iff
istered nt the l'.lij;'n.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Bellamy of Falls
City are vis;'.ors in &:i!n
Postmaster Ati'ju.u Mm kcstoin urd
E C. Clt'in ?tit J. !ii":i.or I'roiii Poi ilm d
completed the inspection t-ul-iy tf llie
nine rural routes louc'iir 'n'o Nueii..
Cecil Cooper, formerly employed in
a Raw mill it Mill City, h:s returned
to Salem to make his home here again.
W. M. Smith county superintendent
of schools, is attending the teachers
association today nt Silverton.
Mrs. A. A. Underbill, of Salem, who
lias been visiting with Dr. and Mrs. N.
K. Winurd for a few days, returned to
her home in Salem yesterday evening.
McNary Is Named To Head
Committee Of Loan Drive
John II, MeNary has been appointed
(funeral for the coming Victory loan
campaign to begin in Salem Monday,
April 21. This appointment was made.
I nt the mooting of the executive commit-.
jteo last evening.
j Mr. McNary has appointed four col
onels as follows: W. M. Hamilton. John
H. Forrar, W. I. Stuley and T. A. Lives-1
ley. Kach of these colonels will ap-1
point nine captains and eac captain
will appoint workers varying in size
with the district to be handled. I
Saloiu has been divided into 29 dis
tricts and these with the seven rural
routes in Marion county will provide, a
spociul working district for each of the
3d captains. Kach of the 29 districts
in the city will be thoroughly canvassed
and by securing enough workers fur
each district, it is felt that the entire land has been selected as a tempoiary
work of the fifth, liberty loan shu secretary for a state organuauuii. As
be put over within the wck. Tho offi- B00n ns t!le dlltcs for tl,e lai6 an(1 "a
einu closing date for tho loan campaign tlunl convention arc selectud, a call for
is May a, permitting u campaign of two the stiito f(,'v,,11"n will be made, liy
weeks. ,llat m0 it thought that the local
High school cadet were distributing rcanizntion will bo well organized and
posters today anil already there may be Prt'l'arf to name its- delegates,
seen in tho leading store windows large T T 1 n
and attractive posters culling attention fiQyQ 10 IiRBCaCh UOVemOr
to the u tory loan. - . f . .
A few weeks ago there was a leeling QW fact IflKlll!! rOrfll
among many that putting over tho fifth a .
liberty loan would be a difficult nint-' n . T . ., , ,,
ter. llowevor, this feeling has changed I Mo""', Iow Af,r'1 12--fl'
matoriully within the past week or so, "aw of impeachment against Gov
according to thoso who havo been in crnor Harding of Iowa, recommended
touch with the work. The general fx- by tho house juju'iury committee, will
presion is that the present is no timo to be drafted tomorrow and presented the
lay down on supporting the government house about Monday. A committee o(
and failing to supply tho necessary fi- five is working on the draft today,
nancial help. The charges of the committee which
investigated tho pardon of Ernest itatii-
Movement To Organize War LTl-'w S!
veterans Here Is Launched 8i,m i'i"",r y. y-
MONROE DOCTRINE SAFE
The first steps in tho way of forin-j
ing an organization open to all men who
served in tho kwid or naval forces of
the United States during the lute war
will bo taken next Tuesday crumug atj
the armory. All men in Kaleui or vi-i
cinity are usked to meet at the armory
in order to tako part in forming this &
local organization, later to bo affiliated
with tho national organization. 'i
Lieutenant Louis H. Compton, now'
secretary of the Kalem Y. M. C. A., will
hnve charge of the organization and
the preliminary work to be done In or-!
der that when national steps havo been !
taken to organize veterans, Salem will '
oc among tne iirst to respond.
A suggestion has been mndo that ns
soon as Salem and other localities or
ganize, that delegates be appointed for
a meeting to be held to effect a Btntc
organization. In a. national convention
t0 bo called at on early date, it is tin-
l'nris, April 12. While tho
exact text of tho Monroe doc
trine amendment will not be
made public until the revised
covenant is submitted to tho
plenary session, it was learned
today to bo substantially us
Nothing in the covenant shall
bo construed as invalidating
treaties of arbitration or region
al agreements, such ns tho Mon
SAN FRANCISCO GUARANTEES
JOBS TO RETURNING YANKEES
San Francisco, April 12. When rep
resentatives of til il war ilen.'irf mont ull.
derstood that Oregon will be entitled to ed at the m&yor'i office to inquire what
10 votes. fian Francisco was doing to provide jobs
Complying wuh a request made by for returned soldiers they were told the
the lato Colonel Theodore Roosevelt city wouId RUarantco a job for every
Lieutenant John Clark niignrd of Port- nne cnlled from here
A friend of the Commercial club Bug
(tests that tho Williimetto valley priino
ahould lie advertised under the name
of "Purple Kisses." Other name for
lh famous products of the valley are
Will Am Its," ami "Sumthiuce.'"
T. E MvCroakey, nuYn'ger of the
IViuimcrciul club, went to Turner nis
morning to attend the meeting of the
hurprisc grange, ks one of the spcak
ors at tho meeting, Mr. Mel nukey
will deliver an address on "Commer
rial clubs and commercial club work"
Alderman W. A. Wleat ttatee that
liis tmly interest in tho teluphono niat
tr brought up before a committor last
evening at the city hall, was that the
people might have an opportunity to
iipiwi themselves. And in order that
a incisure might be legally placed on
the ballot for the coming June 3 elec
tion, he favored the otuUon made to
recommend to the city council that
ui'k a measure be prepared and sub
mitted. At Mr. Wiet understand it,
at the meeting last evening, the wo
tioa w made that the cumoiiltee reo
VDimend to the city council a municipal
tiUkun to I voted on and that two
of tfea fvur of the committee voce ia
favor and there was ao duv-nfing
'. Tli county court trill accent Ui r
)Ort of 111 viewer ia tho pripoMMf
change in the Librty ruod through
lot 6 ia the Ewald fruit farm tra. lt.
The hearing was held ynterdny after
. Otijectioos to the propnted
changp were brought by Wile Brown
ing, It. tt. Grave. I.eola Howard and
"Willium It. Graves. They asked for
dulling, iu amounts from $100 to $1000
Tho viewers recommended duniaee
damages from 100 to $ 1 50 . Acting us
the board of viewers were County Sur
veyor It. lit. llerriik, W, A. Taylor
mid O. J, Itainsden.
Mrs D. a Adams of West Salem was
called to Portland yesterday by the
death of her ister Mrs. Lav-son. Tho
home of Mrs. l-nwsiin was in Wiscon
sin and he had come to 1'ortlund to
spend the winter with her niece. Sho
was auddeuly utriekcn with hemorrahge
of tho brain. The body wns sent to
her old home in Wisconsin for burial.
At the Bjiuiual maotlng of the ewek
hiilder of the Salem Fruit I'nion held
today, Roy G. Ohinart W.-.S tiiTteo a
one of the directors to siuvced Henntor
Charles 11. MuNury. W. I. Staley
was elected to succeed himself as ace-i
The dXitrict Uiseioiiiry aaaocjation
of tho .Meth'dist church held after
hood and evening sessions at the rst
church yter(Jay, at which time re
ports "e brought in from various so
cietiea, aswarou plan anj problems
were diacaiMed. and addroMo wvr
made by returnl niMionahea from the
trint. AatiMig oYhcr thing, emphasm
ed wa th ffrnat need of eitonsion oT
the work both at boom and abroad,
sibst of th octt!es had Bade a food
show-iaf dariax the ysar arrtwithstond
ing th kntrj draia of war activities.
Aa tntoaitada a.aintat ef WUlwav
ette uaivwail- athlete left thi mora
ing fur FurtUad to enter the athletic
arena f Miltaomah . There wrr ia
the (T llmiKk, hiedler, Hprht,
Fisher a HerthMomrw. Tkey will (f
up acaiavt limp of the speediest uca,
iu the atate in these contests.
A. O Bohrustedt returned last night
from a visit of several days in tho
viciuity of OorvallU.
BcnJ R, Perklua, of the Internation
al Correspondence schools, attended a
grand dance and supper participated
in by I. C. S. students at Mill City
"Unit night. He reports a good time for
everybody, with first class music by
th Hunt orchestra.
The First Christian church Is plan
ning to memorialize its gold star he
roes and herine in an Impressive ser
vice Knstcr Sunday evening. Service
uicn are rcHOondimr jmtcmliitlv thi
fall to honor their fallen comrades and
sacred music will be an important fea
ture of the service. Mrs. Inland W.
Porter will read a war tale and the
liastur will deliver a short address on
'f artifice and Resurrection." Special
seat will 1m rerved for war mother
and also for uica in uniforms.
Lee Oilbort, Elgin Six distributor,
and Frederick Arnvtnong, uVtory
auditor, roturned yesterday from as
automobile trip a( far outh as Roso
barg. ir the benefit of fellow travel
ers, Mr. Gilbert has the following to
y about the roail to the south: "All
toads are in fine shape between 8alem,
Independence and Oorvalli and the
farmer along thi roadway are to be
complimented u their effort to keep
the highway ia fit condition for trav
eling. They have filled in many de
atoMiuR and have take a pride la
keeping the road ia gd ahnpe. From
lkrvalli to Monroe, th Mad are al
ee fa good eoRditioa. Front Monroe to
Junction City it ia rather rou ..d
htuBpy. The road ia full of chuck hole
d it is alvisabl t drive at slow
't of apeed to avoid trouble. With
tween Junction City and Eugene is
good for this timo of year. With trac
tors and scrapers, it is being put in
tho exception of ono npot, tho road bc
good slinoe. From KiiVAne tn rnfi.n
Grove and Springfield, the roada are
miny pa-ui)ie, Dut from thcro on con
ditions are pretty had. Wo saw 11
cars stuck in the mud on the Oakland
lrain road. It ono thinks of driving
there, it would be well to wait a uicnth
or o for the sun and wind to make
traveling possible. "
One of the aide thrillers at the Or.
gou theater last night was a moving
,'icuire nun of the monster welcome
parade in New York in honor of re
turning soldiers, taken from an air- j
plane skimming along over the sky-'
scrapers at a hiight of about a thou-1
snud feet, and at a rate of forty miles
au hour, if "Maggie Pepper" had
not been on the program, tint thril.ee
would have made the show worth while j
Another feature that wg very much '
out of the ordinary was a film of ai
trained dog that built a fire in the I
kitchen stove, started breakfast and
mopped up a "spill" oa the floor. j
: DIED :l
UFLL. To Mr. and Mr. Uoyd V. Bell
at the Kalem hospital, April 10, 1919,
He has beea named Kirtt Vernon.
Mrs. Hell was formerly Wis Bessie
Putnam. The ho ia th f.itt ..-rxmi
child of M and Mm. J. R Putnam of
Mr. Terwilliger Tells
What He Does Not Do
'Recently hen returning from one of our cemeteries, this question was asked me by one of our local
ministers. 'Terwilliger, if it is a fair question, how much did you charge for such a funeral (it being
one of a little child whose parents were in poor ircumtancos). ' On hearing my reply to his question, he
said: "You should let the pul.iie know such things.' I replied that I would rather they know the things I
did not do, than those tha" I did do.
"1 wilLtry to toll you , f a few of the things f havj not done. I hnve never refused any one a funeral
outfit or asked for security and during my ten years in this city I have trusted scores of people unknown
to me at the time of potting their needs supplied. T am safe in 3nyinK- few fUIM.i directors in Oregon havo
lost less in business than I have. Trae. I have not been paid for some funerals. I have attended a few
funerals that I did not ak pay, but gave the,,, freely, without price. I have never sued a man or woman
for a funeral. I have rever died to get people to take exp.nsive funeral, by appealing to their feelings'
when their hearts were rent with sorrow and grief. I might have done , and afterward they would have
found the pnymeat burdensome. I have many time, appealed to those sad stricken ones to be moderate
even in funeral, for their oen good. I am minus the extra paltry dollars, but, believe me. I k!eep well at
nights, end can 1,k k straight in'o the eyes of those I so advised. I have never used creetL politic,
aecret societies or soeioty .tluence, to gain patronage in my profession. I have left party .adt-nich
cans,.., heart burns anioug men out of my professional life. I have never overcharged or oppre-sed an
Z' fir TnLr V" hVCr ,,TJ 8i"k Chamber' r h""-" t0 M t0T Phonal patron
fe'lg Stiat " "DWn -T' " ,0'ilBS 'VW M w " our aetL as
- . O. E. TERW1LLIGEB.
. .raTrTi"ig",.,he Pa'y Krd"a,P "", rK"" iar Mmfr V'tMng in Salem will be Pleased
to taV. full charge of prepa-tioa f, the- funerals ef women and children.- V
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