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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. MAY 12, 1919.
Salmon Brown Victim Of
rortland Or. May 12. Salmon
Brawn. son of Juiin Brown, famous
Harper' Ferry character n( Civil war
days, shot and killed himself while
Iving on an invalid's bed at his home7"
22t uKast Couch street taturdav night
Mr. Brewn, in another part of the
ton.- with other members of the fauil-,
It, heard the report, but thought noth
ing of the noise until the body of her '
hisibuml was found on the bed in which ;
he had been a confined invalid for sev
eral years. His health had been fail
ing rapidly since he retired fiom busi
ness in Portland because of the infirm
ities of age. He had lived in Oregon
Many years and formerly was an east
ern Oregon sheep rancher.
The gun with which Mr. Brown kill
ed himself had long been a rehe in the
home and it presumed to have on-e
sentimental connection with the hi.
tory of Mr. Brown's famous father,
American abolitionist, who as the
subject of the song "John Brown's
Body." The gun was a . calibre
Mrs. Brown and six children sur
vive Salmon Brown.
Adrentures Of Bark diaries
j F. Crocker, Equals Novel
San Francis o, May 12. Leaking so
! badly that cor.-faut pu'ri-ine was ne
cessary, two of her crew washed over
. board and two held aa mutineers in a
iSamojn prison, the bark Charles F.
'Crocker reached port early today,
i Leaving Astoria. Or., April :"," 1 IS
.with lumber for Australia, the vessel
reached there in a leaking condition,
according to her master. P. H. v in
ther. En route to the Frienly fronp
for cargo the barn was awipt by a
J hurricane which carrie,! aay two sail
ornien, all of the vessel's canvas, its
lifeboats and fresh water taaks. While
the vessel was sailing for Samoa in
; this dangerous condition, disobedience
developed in the crew, according to
IWiulher. The two alleged ringleaders
were jailed, temporary repairs were
made and the Crocker, still leaking
: slightly, sailed for Pan Franeseo.
David F. Meikleiohn, trail Mazer of
jthe west, one of the first residents of
Butte, and known in pioneer dy nn
j Indian fighter, is dead at Los Angeles,
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had to do
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, This machine is one of the simplest washing de
vices for clothse, whether of fine fabrics or blankets,
, that we know of. It cleans by forcing the hot suds
through the fabric.
When you use the "One Minute" Electric Wash
ing Machine your clothes will last four times lon
ger than when washed on a washboard, and will be
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The "One Minute" will make a wash hour in
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Simple, Safe, Anyone Can Operate it. No ex
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. the Average Family Washing
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Come in and See the Demonstration in our store
during the coming week.
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Saves you many dollars. "
Saves wear and tear on clothes.
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out question. Wash by wire!
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isting today, the market will go higher, caused by the European demand ca
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Who have a machine that needs
readjustment or repairs of any
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factory expert FREE by calling
in person'or simply by dropping
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I have also opened a new time payment department on Hoover Sweepers, Dinnerware and Kitchenware
135 North Liberty St.
infintcly eunier, owinn to tlio breakup
of tlio empire. Pro-wnr dobU will be
Hliarud by the Czurho-Hlovaka. JiiirO'
KIhvk, Ilmi(r:'..rinn and Aiihi rinns in the
proportion of tlii'ir interest in the obli
gations while they were a part of the
A permanent financiul commission
will be ealablisheil to handle indemni
ties, ns in the Herman treaty. The
former parts of the empire will be re
quired to make an initial payment with
the meuns of their governments, the re
minder being collected by the commis
The responxihiltlcs section will racrjr
the same provisions for a trial for tVoso
guilty of criminal acts as the German
treaty. There will be no provisions,
however, for trial on political chaises,
thus assuring that former Kmperor Karl
will esinpe the fate of Wilhelm iloheu-ftoUcrn.
Navigtntion of thcDnnitlie will be u
perinteiided by a apeeinl commission un
der the league of nations.
The Itiilinns have not indicated any
change in their position regarding Fi
nnic end the Dalmntian count. Presi
dent Wilnnn also is understood to be
standing firm on this question. Ac
cording to available information, this
subject bas not been taken up formally
since the return of the tlalian delegntes
to the pence conference. Premier Clem
enceau, Foreign Secretary Balfour and
Premier Veni.elos met at Wilson's
house yeKterdr.y and it was rumored
that they discussed Italy's claims in the
liht of the pact of London.
The military terms will be largely a
matter of the allies going on record ns
to what their demands are, aa Anstria
Hungury'a defeat was so complete it
is doubtful if any large number nf gnns
or ammunitions can be fnnnd. Certain
ly no nr(rnni7Jition is left. Tiie Hun
garion fortifications al."o are practicajly
CONVENTION IN DALLAS
(Continued from Page 1.)
(Capital Journal Hpeclal Service)
Dallas, Or., May 10, The Oregon
Biani h of tlio Foreign Minsioimry so
ciety of the Kvnngolicul church is hold
ing its annual convention in Dallas this
we k in the parlors of the T'nited Kvnn
gelical church. The sessions began Wed
nesday afternoon nod will continue un
til tonight. Mrs. Thompson of Ralein,
district president of the society, has
charge of tlio nictings. I.b.4 night a
I large assembly was addressed hy Rev.
i I'uroiinnginii of Hulem. The convention
is one nf the mnst successful evcr he lit
jnceording to officers of the society.
! Occupation of Munich ty Noke'
(government troos caused a lois of
, IO.'jO nu n.
I An edict againnt anarchrals mi put
,cil in Kucnos Aires Tuesday by iho
i nave aiso upvaui a cew uaie pajmciu ucpaiu.aiu u uuiu unwywo,
l! Wmrio Gahlsdorf
Vam 1tt tifffreii thft minute von
t:ike it n gentle s,otliing warmth fills
the svtem. It's ft pleasure to take
Illli.'. Kfjckv Mountain Ten.
lHiln niirifvtthfl blood, drives out the
I - i i - - -
j germs of winter, gels yon hustling,
P& soys iheyre
Ma ettind all
"het up" cookjrt
J, full or lire arm energy. 6M. lea or
4 Tablcta. D. J. Pry.