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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919
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A STORY OF THE WJLD AND MOVIE WEST
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(Capital Journal Special Service.) .
John Braun mid family, from near
Hiio, are preparing to move to Biuyton
Jacob Biegmund hui purchased the
house now occupied by J. W. Mayo.
Whether he. will move to town from his
Fern Kidge farm and occupy it is as
yet undecided. .'i'-r
Architects have been here lately tak
ing 'metisuremmtn of tho building for
merly occupied by the Stnytou State
bunk. Improvements will be made on
tho building sad it is expected that
IN THE COUNTY COTJBT
of the State of Oregon for the County
In the matter of the estate of Sam
uel K. Baldwin, deceased. Notice to
The undersigned having been duly
appointed by the county court of the
stuto of Oregon for Marion county, ad
ministratrix of the estate of Samuel
K. Baldwin, decensed, and having qual
ified, notii'o is hereby given to the
creditors of, and all persons having
cluimg against . said deceased, to pre
sent the same verified as required by
biw, within six months after the first
jiuililication of this notice, to said ad
ministratrix, at 1212 Gasco building,
Date of first publication Aug. 21,
Date of Inst publication Sept. 18,
CHARTOTTR B. CHAPMAN,
.Administratrix of the estate Of Sam
uel R. Baldwin, decensed.
William A. Carter
Attorney for administratrix. ft. is
the Farmers & Merchants bank will oc
Relatives of Mrs William Kcudcl,
who have been here from Iowa visiting,
will leave in n day or two for their en st
ern home. They will return via Cali
fornia. They mode the joVtrncy here
and will return in a 1'ofd cuto, -The
trip hero was made in 18 days, boiiic
stops being made.
H. J. Rowo and family hnvo movefl
Into the house lately vacated by tho J.
P. I.au famijy. . :
Little, Miss Imogen? Ford eiitortained
a pnrty of her young friend Tuesday
afternoon in honor of her birthduv, The
youngsters had a happy time. s
M. l.ynott, superintendent of the Port
lund & Southern railroad, is now at
Rend, looking nftcr work on that end
of tho line.
J. A. Hendershott, L. C. Bullcy and
0, R. Morris went to Qervnis the first
of the week, returning with a complete
pool hall outfit which Mr. Hendershott
hnd purchased there. 8omo , of the
equipment ho will use In his confection
ery here, and the rest will be taken to
Mehnma, where ho will open a pool linll
to be conducted by Mr. Morris.
George A. Ktitel is moving from Fern
Ridge onto the place in town ho recent
ly purchused from O. J. Ruble.
A brother of V. A. Ooodo was visit
ing him here the first of tho week.
l)r. Brewer on Tuesday removed the
tonsils from Leonard, son of Mr, and
Mrs. J. H. Thorn a-.
Mrs, Nairn Siegmund, of Astoria, vis
Isted the first of the week at the K. O.
Sieginund homo on Fern Ridge. She
was taken home by auto by Lauronce
and Miss Merta Biegmuml.
Joseph Kestek and daughter, Mis
ITC TUU WATCDM
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OPEN THE YEAR AROUNDModern equipped
American plan. Northwest's most popular health
and pleasure resort.
Our mineral water and mineral baths will give j'ou
positive relief from rheumatism, neuritis, stomach
and blood disorders.
We have a modernly equipped bath house adjoining
the hotel, under the direction of an experienced
masseur with lady and men attendants.
ST. MARTINS MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL CO.
; : (inc.) ;-: -v.-
J. L. WILKINS, MANAGER.
Vnnda, sjwnt Tuesday in Snlem.
Ward llolford was over from Black
Rock Sunday. Tim Holfords
onto the pluco they recently purchased
from T. C. Crabtree.
W. I). Cornish has sold hin f-nm nut
of Sublimit to Miles and Dim KiuU.
Dr. and Mrs. Ifobson of Scin irprfl in
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Lillv vlsitail in
REQUESTED TO RESIGN
Refusal To Discharge Alien
Slacker Prompts Governor
To Take Action.
Aliens who during the struggle from
which this nation has just emerged,
demonstrated their disloyalty to tho
country from which they have gained
their sustenance, should be deported
uover to return.
Governor Oli'Ott thus expressed him
self with reference to the alien ques
tion iu this state in a letter to Thomas
Nelson, mannger of the Uuion Fisher
men's Cooperative Packing company,
whose resignation as a member of the
state board of pilot commissioners will
bo requested if charges preferred
agninst him by the Loynl Legion arc
proved to bo true. The Loyal Legion in
a letter received by the governor last
week charged that Nelson had ret used
to discharge an employe of his compnuy
who is "admittedly and openly a dis
loynl alien." Before taking uny defi
nito action in the matter the governor
has r.sked Nelson to submit a statement
in his own behalf.
"Of course 1 have no jurisdiction
over tho employment of persons by in
dividuals or private corporations," the
governor writes. "But it is my official
duty and my privilege to determine that
state officers so long as they are under
the jurisidiction of this office shall
tolerate no disloyalty in their employes
nnd shall demand the highest sense of
loyalty and patriotism from nil whom
they may employ. A man who would
tolerate disloyalty in his employes in a
private capacity I have reason to fee)
might tolerate such disloyalty in those
whom he employed to work for the
"If the charges lodged against you
are true I feel it incumbent upon me as
chief executive of the stule of Oregon
to request you to submit to this ofiicc,
at au early date, your resignation as a
member of the state board of pilot com
missioners for Oregon.
"If you have any statement to make
in the way of refutation of these
eliBrges I will he pleased to give it
careful consideration as I desire to con
demn no man until he has leen given
full opiiorttinity to make his position
clear when charges of this character .re
lodged agninst him. "
FOOD DEALERS INDICTED
5 GAMES NECESSARY
TO WIN WORLD SERIES
Best Out Of Tfoe Contests To
Decide Baseball Suprem
acy This Year.
: Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 11. August
Herrmann, ehairman of the National
Baseball commission and president of
tho Reds, tody announced the 1910
world series will be played on basis
of five games out of nine.
A majority of the clubs iu bolh the
National and American leagues voted
for the long series, Herrmann said.
Lndor the new plan it wiil take five
victories instead of the usual four to
settle the world baseball championship
It is believed the series will open oa
Wednesday. October 1, and that two
eames, will be played in the opening city
before tho clubs go to the other town.
The place of the opening game will
be decided by a toss of a coin, when the
pennant winners have been officially
decided and the commission meets to
muke the rules for the series.
The long series was recommended by
the national commission at a meeting
held in Chicago, 8eptember 2. The votes
of the magnates was not completed un
Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy
- This is not only one of tho best and
most efficient medicines for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough, but
is also pleasant to take, which is im
portant when (i medicine must be giv
en to young children. Chamberlain 's
Cough Remedy has been in use for
many years and has met with much
favor wherever its "ood qualities have
become known. Many mothers have
given it their unqualified endorsement
VVm. Scruby, Chillicothe, -Vo., writes,
I havo raised three children, have al
ways used Chamberlain's Congh Scme
dy nnd foun dit to be the best for
roughs, colds and croup. It is pleasant
to take, uotn adults and children like
it. My wife and I have always felt
safe from crouo with it in the house."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains
no opium or other narcotic.
(By I'nitcd Press.)
Yesterday 's winners! San Francisco,
Sacrr.inento, Los Angeles, Veruon 2.
Horn runs: Fitzgerald, Koerncr, San
Francisco; Krug, Halt Lake; Prough,
Taking a doublehoadcr. 3 to 2 and 2 to
1 from the Beavers, tho first going 12
inning, Vernon;. hopped to a tie with
tho Angels for he leadership again.
Both Curly Brown and Cy Falkenburg
pitched good ball at San Francisco, but
the Angel slnbsters emerged a J to 0
winner over Long Cy of the Oaks.
With two on in the seventh, Koerner
poled a homer and the Seals rang up a 7
ts 4 win over Salt Lake. Three nome
runs, two triples, three doubles ana is
one-base clouts were batted off Couch
Holding Seattle to six hits and scor
ing a homer, Bill Prough was somewhat
of a factor in the 6 to 3 Sacramento vic
For a Weak Stomach
The greatest relief afforded bv
Chamberlain's Tablets in a multitude
of cases has fully proven the' great
vaiue ot tnis preparation tor a weali
stomach and impaired digestion. In
many cases this relief has become per
manent and the sufferers have been
completely restored to health.
Indianapolis, Iad. Sept 11. Be
tween thirty and forty Indianapolis
food dealers were indicted by the Ma
rion count grand jury today' on charg
es of dealing out short weights.
The gasoline schooner Magnolia,
from Eureka, Oal., with a cargo of
brick for Wedderburn, grounded Sat
urday night at tho mouth of Rogue
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Lewis 1. Hndley and wife visited their
son, C. A. lhullev and family lust week.
Mrs. Wheleliel returned from Viucon
Richard Stevens, a former resident
here, is working in tho neighborhood.
Miss E. Bordner of Salem Heights
spent Tuesday nght with her friend.
Miss -Helen Cainmack.
Miss Gladys Whelchel is spending a
lew days in Vancouver.
C.eorgo Wilde." tyas looking after his
rnuch interests here Saturday.
Arthur Blinston visited his father k
short time last week.
T. T. Trick and faintly are hoiue from
a tishiug trip.
W. S. Pemberton 's have moved into
their new home.
WELLS IN NEW BUSINESS
FORMER STATE INSURANCE COM
MIS8I0NER IS MEMBER OF
NEW PORTLAND FIRM.
Harvey Wells, formerly stat Inmr
anee commissioner and well known in
Snlem, is largely interested in a real
Many Extra Miles
We can show you and prove to you
that there is a genuine money saving in the
use of United States Tires. - LV
The extra miles they give mean just so
many extra dollars counted in real money.
And there are further actual economies in
thesavingof gas, oil, repairs and depreciation.
' The reason of all this is in the tires them
selvestheir liveliness, ruggedness and
There are five United States Tires a type
for every make of car.
United States Tires
are Good Tires
We bow United Stales Tires Are GOOD Tires THAT'S
WHY WE SELL THEM. .
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor & Tire Co.
G. G. Quackenbush
Salem Vulcanizing Works, (W. M. Hughes)
Edward N. Warmoth
Lilly Hardware Company, Stayton.
A. L. Bones, Turner, Oregon. -
C. G. Miller, Jefferson, Oregon.
W. J. Piersori & Son, Marion, Oregon.
Rickreall Trading Co., A. R. Cadle, Rickreall, Ore.
VLe Joy" Of f
iv Know the joy and
J hsppiness that comts
to on thru possessing
a akin of purity and
beauty. The soft, dis-
tenders brings out yourfl
est In us over 70 years.
estate and insurance company winch
filed articles of incorporation with Cor
poration Commissioner Schulderman,
Wednesday. The company is known as
Harvey Wells & Co., with Harvey A ells,
L. H. Pearl and Charles C. Hindman,
all of Portland, as the incorporators.
The company is capitalized at $jOOO. t
The Oerding Manufacturing company,
also of Portland', filed articles of incor
poration yesterday. The company is
capitalized at $25,000 with J. H., Walter
., U. H. and Charles H. Oerding s in
corporators. Tho concern will engage
in the manufacture of furniture end
novelties made of wood with an office
located near Coquille, Or. .
A certificate showing an increase In
capital stock from $1,000,000 to $2,000,
000 was filed by the Peninsula Lumber
company of Portland.
The Harbor-Sound Investment com
pany of Florence, Lane county, filed
resolutions of dissolution.
Ben F. West county assessor, went
to Portland this morning to attend the
state convention of assessors, county
clerks, county judges and county com
missioners. He is secretary of the state
assessors' association. The Washington
county office holders will also meet in
annual convention at Vancouver, Wash,
and it is thought a joint meeting will
Walter L. Knight of Prairie City
has returned home with a croix do
guerre and a citation for bravery pre
sented to him by the marshal of
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
First game - E. H. E.
Philadelphia 16 5
Pittsbugh - ... 7 16 0
Ames and Tragfessor; Cooper and Lee.
Second game; E. H. E.
Philadelphia s . 2 5 9
Pittsburgh 7 13 0
Meadows nnd Adams; Hamilton and
K. H. E.
N'cw York Z.j 7 11 0
Chicago ... . , 3 5 0
Benton and Snyder; Alexaudei and
Killefer. ...... .
B. H. E.
Cadore and Krueger; Schupp and
Clemens. ' (Fourth inning.) '
Xo other scheduled. ,
B. H. E.
2 i 0
Bagby and O'Neill; Shawkej and
B. H. E.
- 3 7 i
Eh m We and Ainsmith: Hastr am! Pr.
First grmc K. H. E.
St. Louis 0 8 4
Boston 1 4 10 0
Licfield and Severeid; Pennock anA
Second game B. H. E,
St. Louis 0 6 2
Boston i. 6 5 O
Maple and Severeid; Bussell and Wal
ters. First game B. H. E.
Chicago ... 3 4 e
Washington '4 g 1
Kerr and 8chalk; Shaw and Gharritr.
Second game B. H. E.
Chicago . ..l... 5 8 0
Washington 0 2 1
William and Lynn; Zncherv and Pici-nieh.
Gompers Blocking Probe Of
Labor Department Charge
Washington, Sept. 1 1. Secretary of
Labor Wilson "has arrogantly dehierl
the right of congress to know the activ
ities of his department, particularly
with reference to the case of Thomas J.
Mooney, convicted bomb thrower," Rep
resentative Blanton, Texas, declared in
the house today. " ;
"Samuel Gompers is keeping this im
famous labor department from bein in
vestigated." -he added. .
Keep Them Home J$J