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THE DAIL7 CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1919.
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.avs against jl ime
J. M. WATERBURY, World's Champion .
Record of 65 hours and 7 minutes
Will Attempt to Break His Record of Continuous Playing:, Beginning:
Wednesday, May 28, 1 0 a. m.
In the Show Window of E. L. Stiff & Sort
Both hands engaged in playing at all times. Food and nourishment given by
attendants. Never stops until exhausted. HOW LONG WILL HE PLAY?
To the person estimating the nearest number of hours and minutes
played by Mr. Waterbury in his attempt to break his record, we give the
above prize. ALL ESTIMATES FREE and must be deposited by 10 P. M.
Thursday, May 29th, at our store. Call at Store for Free Estimate Blank.
The well known C. Kurtzman & Co. Piano used by Mr. Watcrburv.
The suit of Mary A. Stifficr tinst
Roy Stiffler and Oka Ijini. has tpn
decided ia the eireuit court follow.
The plaintiff is to recover 4.5J from
Albert C. Stifficr. Aaratua Stiffler, L.
C. Stiffler and Oka Laraoa are, barred
frooa claiming or demanding from Albert
C. 8tif fler any part of the 300 received
by Albert C. Sriffter from the city or
Salem of demanding an accounting from
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a aeeree una been Banded down in
the suit of Joseph 8c h mid against
(Henry and Sophia Kreba, The plaintiff
ia to recover 1111.73, with t-Li tttu.
ney'a feea and eosta of and the
property involved ia the ease ia to be
In the ease of C. M. LaFollette
against b. W, Jones, tried at the last
term of court, the plaintiff has filed no
tice that he will appeal to the supreme
Ocorire May has brought suit against
.M:;th Merwheid and wife. He alleges
that by false representations he was
induced to part with 22 lots in Mt. An
!el for a 3000 mortgage on an elevator
and land in Humliolt, Saskathcewan,
which were represented to him to be
worth from $.300 to $ti000. He alleges
that after the deal hsd been made, he
found out that the elevutor was nothing
but an old barn or shack and that lu
stead of buiiitr a going concern, the par-
I ties owning the building were broke.
I Ito aska the eourt to determine his
I rights, and. that the deed he gave for
the lots in Mt. Angel be ileclr.red in-
The final account of the administra
trix of the estute of Gottlieb Uirsah
has been approved. The heirs are two
young boya living at Marioa.
m W STREET
(Ooutiuued from page one)
painting lines at street eorncrt in the
limitless section of the city in order to
enable people to walk straight and this
II Reduce your doctor'!
11 biJU by keeping
may luter be passed on by the city coun
cil. Anyhow, as the matter now stands,
the Inw is nut bioken when one cuts cor
ners ttnd ttiko a chance of running Into
a passing cur.
Btreet Concession! Asked.
William MeOilchrist, Jr., appeared be
fore the council in behalf of the tutrl
otic citizens of the city who are work
ing fur the greatest Fourth celebration
ever known in Hnlcin. He explnined
that lie didn't get a cent out of all the
work he was doing, but thnt It hud been
the Imliit for the past 13 years of put
ting hint on such committees and that
was the reason he was appearing before
the council asking the official body to
giant the vncntion of certuin streets for
the big event.
Home of the members were afruid the
show might interfere with the aleep of
the residents along Court street from
the Court apartments to High street, but
Mr. McOilchnst explained that eveij-
lliing was all right and that if it wasn't
ho would enneel the permit of any con
cession that got too noisy.
After a lot of conversation, AMor
muti Hehiinke took things in hand and
moved that the Fourth of July commit
tee be granted the atreets it wanted for
Btreet Dance Scheduled.
This was done and as the matter now
stands, the entertainment concessions
for the Fourth will locate on Church be
tween State and Court, then extending
on Court street towards the river. The
dancing will be on Court street between
the Court Apartments and Church street
An undivided ouo half interest in 53
feet off of a lot at Capital and Center
streets has been, appraised at $12UU.0U
Has appraisement was made in the mav
ter of the guardianship of John layton
The exectors of the estate of Samuel
White report $90.25 on hand after pay
ing all indebtedness.
The estate of Frit Weber has been
appraised at $000.00 by John Ebner,
Fred Schwab and Mat Beyer. The only
heir is Benedict Webncr, a brother llv
and the baloon will make its trp to the
sky from the vacant lot just west of
the Court Apartments.
Among those present at the session
of the council to witness the final pass
age f the ordinance which means a half
million dollar pape( mill to Kalera were
the following: Doug C. Minto. Walter
I,. Rpaulding, Grant Clyde O. Rice and
E. T. Busselle. ' i
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The Rainier Products Company relieves retails and consumers of the necessity
of paying Revenue Taxes on Rainier Beverages to paying all taxes thereon direct
to the Government.
LANG & CO., Distributors, Portland, Oregon r
ing at dens,
in the, Canton of Berne,
The estate of Theresa Kitsch has been
appraised at 3.748. This consists 01
one lot and promissory notes. The lot
is in Mt. Angel.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Rev. J. Cronenberger waa drowned
Tuesday while bathing in the Willam
ette river at Corvallis. . Cantinnotis
search for th body so far has proved
of bo avail.
Li m II
YOU SAW IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL O F MAY 22ND HOW
AT LEAST 8.000,000 MILES OF THE .6,00 0,000 MILES TRAVELED EACH YEAR BY THE 4000 AUTOMOBILES IN MARION COUNTY ARE TRAVELED IN MAKING BUSINESS
TRIPS. OVER THE .50 MILES OF ROADS THAT IT IS PROPOSED TO IMPROVE IF THE MARION COUNTY BOND ISSUE CARRIES AT THE JUNi i 3RD ELECTION
THE AVERAGE SPEED AT WHICH IT IS TOSSIBLE OR ADVISABLE TO TRAVEL OVER PRESENT ROADS IS LESS THAN 15 MILES PER HOUR.
8,000,000 MILES DIVIDED BY 15 MILES EQUALS 600,000 HOURS. . -
IF THE ROADS ARE IMPROVED THE AVERAGE SPEED WHL BE OVER 23 MILES PER HOUR.
8,000,000 MILES DIVIDED BY 25 MILES EQUALS 320,000 HOURS. '
THEREFORE THE TIME SAVED BY THE GOOD ROADS IS '
GOO.000 HOURS MINUES 320,000 HOURS OR 280,000 HOURS.
; THE AVERAGE VALUE OF THE TIME OF BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS WHO TRAVEL THESE 8,000,090 MILES IS OVER 50c PER HOUR.
0ZVA F E T"AT mt "E SAVED "Y T,,E IMPROVEMENTOr SB 150 MILES OF ROADS WILL BE 280,000 HOURS TIMES 50 CENTS
aese not me.
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nly SavingsThere Are Others
WATCH OUR ADS FOR THEM
MARION COUNTY MARKET ROADS COMMITTEE.