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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY. APRIL 2ti. 1919.
I luutUiUlW II
Conrad Olson, of ryrt'.asj former
judge of th eupreoie eocrt. s a vis
itor at the eapitol building ludsy.
Mr. Osbora, whose husband is pro
prietor of the Osborn hotel in Eugene,
hu txHB a guest of Mrs. R. E. Lee
Is in the Eating
IQaJI Goes over the top at the Walla
M OraSOn Walla Tractor Demonstration
THERE IS A REASON
A Practical Tractor Built by Practical
Of course, you want a Fordson
Fordson is an
I tractor for your farm.
built compactly, simply, yet
with abundant power. It pulls a
two bottom plow and will do a
proportionate amount of any other
farm power work.
The Fordson engine is unusual.
It is simple, easily cared for, and
so designed that the farmer can
give any attention required in ser
vice. The entire head of the cylin
ders, which are cast enbloc, can be
removed for grinding valves.
The air is cleaned with an im
proved air washer. A special car
buretor allows the use of kerosene
without any of the trouble that
is commonly associated with this
The Oliver No. 7 Plow was built
for your Fordson
The Oliver No. 7 plow in addition to being specially
, adapted to the Fordson tractor has all its well-known
Oliver features. It buries the weeds and trash; it is
operated from the driver's seat; the furrow is always
kept at the same depth by a special stop device; in fact,
it is an ideal tractor plow designed for that one purpose
w See it here with the Fordson tractor.
ey Motor Company
State and Front Street
B. Bauson and Mrs, Hay Christen-;
sen, of Kings ViUoy, re guests at th .
Capitol Hotel tcday.
A marriage license) was issird thiai
morning to Lieutenant I'harlra Clon
dernan of Camp Lewis and lixie Boyd j
an actress who gave her residence a '
ialcm. The lieutenant gave hi home
aa Chicago and the prospective bride
was anxious that the Portland parser
did lot get the new too soon. They
were married thia afternoon. I
The hot mark is about the highest
he has even seen, George W. Eyre said
today. The Portland figure is about
204 eents and in r-alem it is from lS'-s
to 19 cents. With a gradually Advancing
market for several months and the high
price of feed, Mr. Eyre says the coun
ty is pretty well cleaned up.
The Universal Film crtapany h3 of
fered the Commercial club the use,
j without charge of 1.000 feet of f'lm
to be usde in a campaign of education
on pood roads. It is thought that tin
three moving picture theatres of the
'city will eooperate with the Commer
cial club in the showiiiir of the films. If
'everything is satisfactory, the Commer
cial "club will notify the Vniversal film
company to send on the films.
; School Supervisor J. W. L. Smith re
ports thct in his jait if the canity,
he has found vcrv fev vhool teaihcrs
who wish to remain in tho K-.r.'C (lis
tricf next winter. There is a gneral
desire on thj p.r.rt of nil t-suhcis to se
cure a better education. Hence most of
ithe teachers expect to cither attend
'some inotituticn of learning, or hope to
'sceuro positions in districts that pay!
I more than the minimum of $75.00 a'
month next fall. . j
I An organization known as the A?so-
' I'iiitcrl Industries of Oiei'on today filed;
ot the office of the m-ctetury of state .
a petition to invoke the referendum (ni
the oleomargarine bill Hissed by the
lust legislature. This lias been referred
to tho attorney general for ballot title,
and if there are no grounds for denial
it will bo approved after tho usual
lapse of time provided by law. Pe
titions of this kind must now have tho
signatures of 13000 bona fiilo voters in
j order to got a place on tho ballot,
Vlck Bros representing the whole-
: department of tho Fordson tractor for i
Oregon and southern Idnno, nave mov
ed their offices to tho fifth floor of
tl,o Knl.-in Imnk of Commerce building.
They expect to have a building erect
ed in Portland ror tho f onisou tractor
business, wholesale, and in tho mean
time will eontinue their headquarters
PATHE SPEOAL tTLATURE IN SEVEN PARTS
THE HARVARD PRIZE PI-AY WHICH RAN A SOtIO YEAR,
" ATYMERtPCBUC TH EAT il, SLVV Y1QRK.
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"My ijirl can't go that
pace and live here I'm
through with you Out
you go to where yon be
long, tho gutter!"
A Thriller of City Life
With a Woman as the Victim
It awakens in the breast of the spectator
that pity which Dr. Gilbert Murray says "is
the Kingdom of Heaven within us fighting
against the brute power of the world."
"When Lovely Woman Stoops to Folly
" " 2:15
IB SAGE 1
parkem Beautifully and E
fetoret Iti Natural Color
and Lustre at Once.
Common farden taf brewed Into a)
eavy tea, with sulphur and aWiol
(Ud, will tarn fray, streaked and fadwi
fiair beantifolly dark and luxuriant.
IJlzinc th 8r Tea and Bulphur rector
at horn, thoa(X la trouUesoms. Aa
ftnt way is to ft the ready-to-nsf
reparmttoo lmpreyed by the addition el
f thar Infredtenta, eoattnf about 60 eenta'
a larfe bottle, at irat atores, known a
f'Wyeth'f Bare and Bolpaor Compound,
rna aToldlnf a lot of moss.
Who frr, faM hair to not afafnV
m aU desire to retain par youthful ap
oaraaoe aud attraotlreneaa. By dark
nin yemr hair with Wjeth'a Safe and
Rulphar Compound, so one can tell, be
ranse it does it ae statural!, so evenly,
)To jnst dampen aponce or soft brostt
(with It and draw this thronfh your ksira
faklaf one aaaall strand at. time; bf
Inorrdst aU tray hairs hare disappesredV
After another application or two jtrai
( (air become beastifnlly dark, aioesyt
ioft and lo jjHwi and foa ageerjrtarg
: COURTHOUSE I
In the suit of John K. Berry versus
IT. Ryverson, M. Syverson and J. M.
Moore, tho court has granted the de
fendant nn extension of time nntil May
15 to file their bill of exceptions.
Farrell. The plaintiffs allege they arc
I the lawful owners in fee simple una en
titled to hold possession of seven acres
in Ueiser's auumou to mivcuoij. iuut
tne defendants suite euruury io, lnu,
liuvo been wrongfully wiuilioiUmg mu
laud. Xtiey usK uaumges of )uw.
flnmnuiT M O. N. O.. Will hold ft
banquet in the armory Monday eve
ning immediately lonowing tueir reM
,,).,. ,irlll. KiiKcinl efforts have been
made to bare a full turnout, as full
federal equipment will soon bo issued
and it will be necessary to osquaiut
'tho men with the new conditions and
i requirements. The company is very
close to full strength and it is expect
ed that it wilt bo completely filled up
by Monday evening, as new recruits
are coming in right along.
I A rather serious runaway happened
this afternoon on North Fifth street.
The team started to run towards town
and narrowly escaped falling into the
ercek at D and Church streets. One
horse fell over to tho bank of the
creek, followed closely by t!ij other
horse and on top of both fell the wagon.
Through the timely assistance of a
couple of dozen men or more, t Ivje horses
were cut looso from the. mix tip and
led away limping, but without apparent
ly any serious damage.
I Chairmen of the several committees
appointed by tho Civic department of
the Commercial club for the big Fourth
of July celebration met last evening
at the Commercial dub. it was decided
to call a general meeting some time the
coming week of thoso who arc mostly
interested in tho city putting on a
Fourth celebration and to find out def
initely just what kind of a celebra
tion is wanted. ,
The good housekeeper need not look
for lower prices in groceries. The sad
fact is that things aro tending up
ward instead of down. A prominent
grocor said today that as soon as the
government removes its control from
the prices of lard substitutes, theso
substitutes will advance in price, al
most up to the present high price of
lnrd. Coffeo is in for an ailvnnce, pos
sibly fivo cents a pound. Tuero are
also pnoKiwct:1 of Holier prices for
canned milk. In fact, there nr no
lower prices in siht. Canned goods
will bo higher also, not only this sum-
inier but for tho cuniiuj winter. The
I indications are that a new high price
love! for groceries will be established.
J. L Be sick ft son will open up an
other store May 1. This timo it is in
Hilverton, where they have already
linsed quarter in the Masonic build
ing. H. H. Jjucns, who has been in
charge of tho dlusick store at Coiiinier-
Icial and Htate, will be placed in charge
of the Silverton store. Lieut. Max Ah
lord ,ho was bookkeeper for one of
the Jiusick stores before going into tin)
; service, will be placed in charge of tint
! store succeeding H. II. Lucas. Mr,
Husick states that ho will put in a
Istoro at Silverton that will be com
plete in every detail and will follow
the same policy of the Salem stores i
giving tho best for the lowest pried
i consistent with good business.
"NO CROWDING" IS POLICY THATPI
In the easo of ITary .. Mifflcr
against Albert C. Stifflcr, Arams "Mf
f'er, L. C. Stiff ler, Uay Stiffler and
Oka Larson, a separate answer has been
filed by Albert ('. Miffler. Ho alleges
that the plaintiff is iu possession of
two acres east of 21st street in finlera,
and also of 60 acres near Gcer station,
with a life interest. That the city ex
tended Chemeketa street Troogse tne
two acres and th.-. t she was paiil r:30
damages. That with the exception of
10, the amount was expended for rnv
nroving the 60-aere farm. He asks that
all of the other defendants bo barred
from claiming any part of the 290
expended and that the suit be dismissed.
In the matter of the estate of lien
iumin '. Bennger of lyous, wuo recent
ly died following an accident, aud operu
tion, Sara J, lieringcr, was appointed
uiiuiiuisiraior. lua estate is vuiut.u i..
$.iU00 in real estate and tHUU personal
property. Xho widow is tne omy lien,
liie apraiser appointed arc M. I). ilion,
Al. ilurtiu and K. A. lirown.
In the suit of Carrie E. Mendelssohn
aeainst M. P. Mendelssohn, the defend
ant alleges that before the divorce pro
ceedings were brought prior to Novem
ber 3. 1917, that certain financial ar--aneements
had been made. He asks
that the suit be dismissed.
J. M. Brown and wife have sued H.
L. Ooodwin, Anna Goodwin and
In the matter of the csttue of Letitia
Evans, the court approved tho saJe of
real estate, ti7 acres to Leroy 8. ilur
dick and 11& acres to Theresa Fruit.
The land average (119.75 an acre.
Daisy Wood, widow of Earl Wood of
Silverton, has filed in the county
clerk 's office a notice of her intention j
to take a one-third interest of all land j
in the estate, in lieu of the widow's!
dower of sn undivided one-third Inter-'
est. She selects land in the donation'
land claims of I'cter Cox, Elias Coz and
Oeorge McCorkie. Earl Wood died Jan
uary 14, 1919.
Governor Olcott is spending tha day
in Portland looking after business matters.
joba'JOURNAL WANT ADS PAV
The Summit school house about four
mill's southwest of Turner is not com
plying with tho law in regard to fly
ing the American flag during school
hours. However, it has progressed to
the extent of having a flu;;, a post
hole and a flng pole Hut tho flag is
neatly folded away in tho school house
and the flag pole is standing, all ot
which does not comply with the law.
The directors of thia school district are
JL Wipper, J. Kchifferer and O. W.
Harris, with J. E. Wbiteland, clerk. Miss
Emile Knauf is tho teacher and there
are four pupils. The district now pays
$50.00 a month. While the district is
not complying with tho school flag
law, it will bo obliged to comply with
tho law next fall nd psy 7.'i.00 a
month for its teacher, even if there is
but the four pupils.
Wm. X Culver, county road master,
snv that with favorable weather eon
di'ions. work will begin on tho state
highway Monday morning just north
of Brooks. Tho county lias already
nrenared the roadbed and is ready to
have all of this unit of 7 miles ready
as fast as the road can be built. It is
to be of a five inch asphaltie conr.retn
in two layers, three inches to be laid
as a binder with a two inch top. It
i understood that the ten miles north
of iervai through Aurora to the eoun
ty line will be laid this summer. There
is a tiromiso that the highway from
Salem to Brooks may also be laid this,
summer. The seven mile unit on which
work is now being done extends from
IV, miles this sMe of Brocks to. one
mile north of Cervais.
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Jmuitme playground more than
linlf as large as Itelgium, nnd larger
Ithun the combined areas of Connecti
;cut, IMuwtire and Khode 1 ilnnd, and
;you visualize the nationul parks of
, r. very thing In the Dominion Is on
ja lurgo scnle. fiomo day the popu
lation is going to measure up to the
; natural btgnesH. That this poten
tial population may have plenty of
, elbow room in their pleasurings. In
.Canadian government has wisely set
opart nearly nine thousand square
miles of public playgrounds.
. These parks ere scattered across
the continent. Some are compnri
jtively small, others immense At An
'napolis Koyal m Nova Scotia, wo find
J'ort Anne Historic I'ark. It con
tains hut 28 acres, hut every acre
ii packed with historic value. St.
John in new Hrunswick has a similar
yark. the Fort Howe Historic. The
4 ig parks are in the west where the
;Iiockics and Selkirks rear then
jnow-tonped crests, where nature
Ms scattered wonders with prodi
tral hand, and where hig game still
lords it id tha wilds.
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The best known and most popular, ous Hand Sprint's Hotel. Within j
of these is the Rocky Mr.ritaii, I'ark easy distances Uvm Ban!! are th .
which spreads its 2.7U1 m ire tr.Uos Ukes In the Clouds, the fossil beds',
over parts of two mvii.is. Ad- of Field. Emerald Luke with Its coxy ,
joining this is the Yc!:o l aik which chalet, lovely Laks Louise and its
embraces Yuho Valley, far... us f jr! bemitiful chateau. Farther afitld :
its beautiful waterfalls a;.d its camp j are unnumbered snow-capped pea Its,
(.e luxe. The ( at.adian I'ncil'.c rtail- wontlrjus caves in glassy grr ;
way traverses both of these (.arks I glaciers and fascinating trails even I
and brings to them annually tr.atvlfoot of which full r,i th.in.
tourists. Among their p-jihts l in
terest, Banff easily ranks first as it
offers a variety tf e;itertaiLrncnt.
Here ona may Ir. Jul,;e ir. muiiUid
climbing, enmv r,lf nt.rt tK
clouds, ewim in pools cf hit or cold
sulphur water, or rest in tha luxurt-
foot of which are full of thrills.
lhs newest of Canada's national
parks is KevelsUike, coctainifig
Mount Kevelstcka. A fine mouii
road leads to the top of this moun
tain where a delightful chalet will
be found in the midst of on of the
loveliest Alpine parks In the irn-n .