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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY flTLQCALSf MiHiw Yuda of lirocilis wih nr- roHtPd tndfty for speeding and do- poaiteil ball of $10. Spot dun co, Schindler's, lonlte. 32 B. & B. Opticar Co. State. Oregon City police report thai an automobile belonging to Jack Young of Clackamas was stolon there lunt night. Graher Bros., plumbing, have moved from 141 3. Liberty to 151 B. Liberty. Black Cat open every night un til 11 o'clock. 32 R. W. Niles was fined $5 In po lice court yesterday for falling to stop at a through street intersection. Bemuse of the unfavorable weather prevailing the past three days, tho dollar sale of Worth's department Btore will, be continued until Wednesday night in order to give those who phoned us as well aa others an opportunity to take advantage of the savings to be had. Want used furniture, phone 75. Andrew Moore was fined $5 In pollco court yeatorday for speed Love, the Jeweler, Hale in. Dr. Marshall, osteopath, Ore. Bid M. R. Fisher forfeited $S ball in police, court yesterday for falling to dim his lights. M. G. G laser was - arrested for the same offense. Tho Black Cat will be open till 11 tonight. 82 7 per cent preferred stock in Salem's new paper mill invest! gate. Hawkins & Roberts, Inc., 201 Oregon bldg. ' P. Splno was arrested yesterday for driving his automobile without lights. Men have you eeen our all wool hard finished wo re ted eulU at $20 and ?25. Ciimb the red stairs and save $10. P E, Fullerton, upstairs at 384 State street, Over the Spa. Poultry keepers. Special sale on baby chicks next Monday after noon. Salem Chlckerlcs, 264 north Cottago, phone 400. 32 W. C. Polka has received a per mit for tho repair of a dwelling at 1-885 north Liberty street, to cost 1300. Room with bath. Tho Brown. Deacon Dubbs," St. Joseph's auditorium, Sunday evening at S. 25c and 35c. - Forty five men and four women were given employment during the past week through the local em ployment bureau opernted at th Salem YMCA In cooperation with tho United Slates employment Her vice, according to statistics made public today by Sim Phillips, who has charge- of tho bureau here. The four women were all kitchen and hotel workers. Of the men, 1 were woods laborers and 19 were common laborers. A total of 9 men and 31 women applied to the office for work during the week. Old time dance at Turner Sat. Feb. C. 3 Deacon Dubbs," St. Josoph'a an ditorium, Sunday evening at 25c and 35c. 32 Business In Marlon county during January, 1928, was more act ive than during any other January In history with the exception of that month in 1920, It la indicated by the number of instruments fil ed during the month. In January just closed 7C8 instruments wy filed, 258 being deeds, 170 mort gages and the rernnlnder instru ments of various other kinds. Dur ing January of last year 652 In strumcnts wero filed. In January, 1920, tho number was 851. Special sale all next week baby chicks. Flake's Petland, State. Black Cat open every night tin til 11 o'clock. Rov. J. Willard DeToe will be unable to occupy his pulpit at Les lie Methodist church tomorrow, 1 ing confined to lUe hod with 111 news. Tho revival meetings sched uled to begin tr-raormw have been postponed pending his recovery. Hla pulpit will be occupied by Rev. Mulligan. Because of the unfavorable weather prevailing the past three days, the dollar sale of Worth' department store will be continued until Wednesday night In order to give those who phoned us as well as others an opportunity to talti advantage of the savings to be had 6 room house in north Salem, fruit, garden, east front. Price $1 600, easy terms. 1650 Tile road. Walter C. Page, national seere tary of the YMCA for the Pacific coast will make his next trip thru Salem next Monday, It was i nounced yesterday at the office the YMCA here. Mr. Page's ached ule calls for occasional visits the various YMCA establishments on the const. He has not been in I Hotel Bligh Arrivals Portland, Jno Altchlnon, C Real", Mr and Mrs C 3 Smith, D M Duvall, B J Decker, Harry TeelU Jefferson, J F Sfiwer; Wenatcbee, Wn.. Mrs W. M Deitrh; La Varne, Calif.. Mrs Julia Reinslser: Los An tretrs, Calif.. II J Dykes; New York city, A Delevan, Mi Ruth Tei 6, 1926 Siil em for several months. 9n Mon dio' A. 10. Roberts, senior national creinry for county work, will be here with Air. l'nge. A bnnquet 111 be held In honor of the two men, Page is altto known as the first secretary of the local organ' izatlon. lie organized the first foot ball team here in 1894. The Black Cut will be open till 1 tonight. Just received 1925 Ford touring. 925 Ford roadster, 1925 Ford coupe, 1925 Ford sedan, cannot be told from new, nit bargain prices. nod Car Corner, 245 Slate St., block west of Ladd & Bush bldg. , 32 The first of the scries of trl-clty shootu scheduled to be held at ugeno tomorrow morning has been postponed, according to nt announcement made late this af ternoon by G. E. Prime, president of the club. The high water has flooded the grounds and it will be Impossible to hold the shoot at the present time. The- rn;ular tele- raphic shoot will be held on the Salem grounds nt 9 o'clock. Just receivco 1923 Ford coupe, lots of extras, 1924 Ford coupe, at real bargains. Used Car Corner, 245 State St., Vj block west of Ladd and Bush. 32 Two auction sales next week. Wed. nlte, 7 p. m. and-Fii. nfter noon, 1:30 p. m. at F. N. Wood ry's new store, 1610 N. Summer St., comprising the furniture of Salem homes and some new fur niture, v '32 Nearly 100 students of Willam ette university were on hand at tho annual post-exam jubilee, held last night. The Jubilee was held at Dreamland skating rink, the rink being rented for the evening for that purpose. About half of the students at the university went home for the week end, the end of this week marking the close of the first semester of school. February special, permanent wavo that Is a wave, price reduced from $25 to $15. Model Beauty parlor, 112 N. Com'l St. phone 9 for appointments. 34 The Black Cat will be open till 11 tonight. George T. Gerlinger of Dallas, George W. Pcavy of Corvallls and C. fcJ. Spence of Portland, all mem hors of tho state hoard of forestry have been appointed by Governor Pierce ns a committee to investi gate forest taxation. They will meet in the office of the state for oatcr Saturday at 10 o'clock. Police dog puppies for sale cheap, 1293 S, 13th, phone 2150. 32 Work of unu.iual merit Is dis played In the hand tinted photo graphs on display at tho entrance of the Cronise studio, next to Bu-sick's. The photographs wero tak en and tinted by Mrs. Cronise who is certainly to be congratulated on the work done. Thomas K, Campbell, member of the stato public servlco com mission, hns been notified of his appointment ns a member of the commlttoe on express nnd othei contract carriers by rail, and speciar committee on uniform reg ulatory laws of the national association of railroad and utility com mfssioncrs. Coming evont, O. A. C. club ben cfit danco at Crystal Gardens Feb ruary 16th, Barbecued sandwiches, have your ment barbecued nt Lytles for your Sunday dinner. Beef, pork, chicken, etc, 5 miles north Portland highway. L. C. White, superintendent of prisons for the United States de partment of justice, has written Governor Pierce for Information as to the system of education In he Oregon stnto prison. A survey of prinon education in the Unltei Mates Is being made. $350 down, new 4 room bunga low, balance like rent. W. H. Ora benhorst & Co., 134 S. Liberty 32' Lost, linen lunch cloth with filet crochet, close to the Unitaria church on north Cottage. Mrs. G. II. Littlcficld, phone 2367. John B. Eaton, who was a mem her of tho state tax commissloi from 1909 to 1917, is near death at his home In this city. Mr. Eaton has been lit for six months. Attention! All members of the committees on O. A. C. club dance please report Tuesday evening the public library at 7:15. It Is 1m portant that all attend. Special chicken dinner at Elks Dining Room Sunday, 12 to 8 p. m. 32 F. M. Cook left an estate of $S0OO, according to petition In pro bate. T. M. Cook and Nellie Miller have been named executors. 8 pot dance, Schindler's, tonlte. Moved Sterling Barber Shop 154 South Church. Hair Cut 25c. Under an appraisement by Jos. J. Keber. Alois Keber and J. W. Kbner. the estate of Valentine Wolf la appraised at $10,000. Hollar dinner at Hole! Marlon 5:45 to 8 every evening. Dance Tues. Crystal Garden. When the Cherrlans hold theli first meeting next Tuesday undi the reign of King Bing Hnrley White, one of the Important au tectp in be threnhert nut trill nether the Clierrlant will accept an Invitation to participate In the festivities at Klamath Falls Incident with the opening of the Natron cutoff. It Is understood a large number of Cherrlans are fav -able to making the trip and In cidentally establishing closer diplomatic relations between the cap- al of the state and the capital of southeastern Oregon. General plans for the season's work of the organization will also be discuss ed. Lots; If you are looking for choice vacant lots see J. H. Lauterman, Hotel Argo. 82 R. E. Cooley, of Talbot, who was Salem today, stated that the Santium river has gone out of Its banks and was constantly rising but as yet no damage has been re ported. He said the river rose about 2 feet during the night last night. Bids wanted on 200 to 300 cords wood, old fir or heavy second growth to be delivered to the Sa em Hospital on East Center street during June or July. Address Exe cutive Committee, Salem Hospital r 34 Dr. B. II. White has filed com plaint In clrcuitjcourt against Fred Wells and wife seeking to collect 395 alleged to be duo for profes sional services given between April 7 and July 19, 1924. Black Cat open every night un til 11 o'clock. 32 E. M. Williamson, South Liberty street, bid In the Paige car sold by Sheriff Bower nt auction yes- torday at the Marlon garage. About loo people were at the sale and bidding was reported to be lively for a little while. A bid of $300 took the car. The machine was seized nt the state fair grounds Inst rnir time, and was property of S, K. Watson of Portland, arrested a liquor law violation charge. Dance Clemen's dance pavilion, Hazel Green Saturday night. 3 Ruth Beggs has been granted decree of divorce from James S. Beggs on ground of cruel and in human treatment. She Is award ed $10 a month to assist In sup port of two minor children. They were married at Vancouver, Wash, in October. 1905. Sou are Deal Hardware Co.. au thorized Salem dealers for the A. C. Dayton radio. Buy from us nnd get a satisfactory guarantee. 32- Wnlter M. Cline proprietor of the Terminal restaurant in Eugene and Salem has been 111 for the past two days with an. attack of tonsilltls. He Is improving rapidly and Is expected to be able to be out by Monday. Gegna concert season reserva tions Mon. 10 a. m. Heillg. Tickets $1.50, $1. Mall orders. Phone 1950W. 83 Rev. T. E. Elliott of Est Port land was brought to Salem and Underwent an operation at a hospital yesterday. Dr. W. L. Craig has opened a dental office 211 IT. 8. bank bldg. Phone 304 for evening appoint ments. 32 The motion picture "The Shen. herd King" will be shown at the Urst Congregational church here Sunday night. The picture will be shown in two parts the first on Sunday February 7, and the second a week later, February 14, Because of the unfavorable weather prevailing the past three days, the dollar sale of Worth's department store will be continued until Wednesday night In order to give those who phoned us as well as others an opportunity to take advantage of the savings to be had, Mrs. A. S. Frlerkson underwent a minor operation at a local hos pital yesterday. All members of Salem Rod nnd Gun club going to Eugene Sunday, meet at Terminal hotel Salem at 0 a. m. 32 The regular community club meeting nt Lablsh center will be held Tuesday, February 9. Music and other numbers have been ar ranged for the program. Announce ment has been made that the gen erai public is Invited, and that there will be.no admission charge, Harley C. Pugh, New York Life, phone 2366J. 36 Mrs. Charles Asche was given minor operation at a hospital here Friday, Special sale all next week baby chicks. Flake's Petland, 273 State. Dean M. Ellwood Smith of tho arts and sciences deportment of Oregon Agricultural college will speak before the Salem Kiwanis club at Its luncheon here next Tuesday noon. Dance. Dance. Tues. Feb. 9. Crystal Garden. Night Hawks playing. 32 T. M. Hicks, Dr. Henry Morris, representing tho Salem chamber of Commerce, went to Hayesville to attend a mats meeting nt the school house there la at ni:ht. All three of the men spoke, telling of the work of the local chamber of commerce, and speaking partfeu larly nbotit the flax industry in this vicinity. Coming event, O. A. C. club ben efit dance at Crystal Gardens February lfith. 32 J. M. Clifford of Vancouver, Wash., has reported to Sheriff Bower that his machine was struck bv a Ford roadster, bearing a Coll fornla license, near Hubbard and that Marshall Johnson of Oresham has his nose smashed and his leg cut. Clifford formerly resided In Salem where he was assistant aals manager for the Oregon Growers association. He Is now connected with the linen mill project at V couver. C. D. Pilling. Centralla police officer who efircted the capture nf Tom Murrnv nffer his escape THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON Tl During the present year all through highways in Oregon, in common with the rest of the Uni ted States, will be designated by numbers, with signs bearing tho numbers posted at various points. Tho numbers wore fixed by a Joint board of interstate highways, of which Roy A. Klein, Oregon state highway engineer, is a memner. The numbers will be on United States shields of metal, painted white and trimmed with black, and bearing also the name of the state where the sign is posted. There are about 100 numbers in all, No. 1, being somewhere on ,the Atlantic coast. Even numbers are given the east and west highways and odd numbers the north and south through routes. No. 30 is given the Old Oregon Trail, and signs bearing that num ber will be posted all the way from Philadelphia through Chicago, Omaha, Cheyenne, Granger, Boise, Pendleton and to Astoria. The Roosevelt highway through out the length of the Washington, OrcCron and California coast will take No. 101. The Pacific highway through the three states takes No. 99. The route from the Canadian line to Ashland, which In Oregon Is known as The Dnlles-Calirornia highway, Is No. 87. It goes through Wenatchee, Brlggs, Ore., Bend and Klamath Falls. The McKenzIe and John Day highways, extending from Ontario, Ore., through John Day, Mitchell Prlnevllle, Eugene and to Florence is No. 28. Tho Redwood highway, from Grants Pass to Crescent City will be No. 199. SALES OF HOWIES That homes In Salem are chang ing ownership in considerable num bers Is Indicated by a report tasu ed this morning by Chllds & .Bech- tel. local realtors. Among sales made recently are the following: Roscoe Farmer has sold a mod ern home at 375 North 24th street, to Benjamin S. Burke, recently from Canada, for a consideration of $3,200. H. C. Caswell has bought a house from William Porter at 2650 Oak street, paying $1,200. Eva J. Ramsey, a recent arri val from Colorado, bought a home at 540 North 15th street from Jas, Nash. Tho consideration was $3. 350. America Mclntlre has purchased a lot on South 19th street, and Is building a house on It. S. E. Flanlgan has sold his home at 1325 Shipping street for $2,400 cash; The purchaser is W. M. Buck, recently from Santa Barbara, Calif. Frank V. Prelm has bought lot on 24th and State streets from Mrs. H. B. Tlgard, paying $750. He expects to build at once. L. D. Jones bought a modern bungalow on North Summer street, the purchase price being $5,650. John Simon sold his home at 080 North Winter street to Jas, D. Sears, for a consideration of $5,500. Everett Walker paid $2,850 for a new bungalow at 888 North 21st street, which has Just been com pleted by Ralph Shantz. C, C. Morris sold a bungalow at 1275 Marlon street to John Simon for a consideration of $4. COO. CORVALLIS lit GIRLS DEFEAT INDEPENDENCE Independence, Feb. C The Cor vallls high school girls defeated Independence here by a score of 24-14. The game was closo with first one team leading and then the othen, until the last half of the lost quarter when Corvallls sunn a flock of bnskcts. The Woodburn high aumtet "took the Independence boys Into camp by the close score of 19-21. The half ended 6-15 for Woodburn nnd In tho second half Independence Btaged a rally that Just fell short of winning for them. Corru- thers nnd Norton wero high point men for Independence. Coolc scor ed 10 and Becker 8. Woodburn got 8 field baskets and 5 points on free throws. Independence got 9 field baskets and 1 point on free throws. Redings of O. A. C. refereed. from the penitentiary here August 12, last. Is now employed as a de tective on the Olympia, Wash., police department. Pilling was employed as a guard on the death watch over Murray and his condemned partners nt tho prison here for about a month, but resigned January 31 to accept the position at Olympia, Forty-three prisoners nt the state penitentiary are confined to the prison hospital with the grippe, or mild Influenaa, Warden J. W. Mllie said today. No serious cases have developed and it has not been necessary to get additional medical assistance. Fred J. Tooze will address a meeting at Central Howell tonight, Mr. Tooze Is editor of the Oregon Statesman and a candidate for state superintendent of public Instruction. The meeting will be held at the Congregational church there. He will speak on the subject of high school education. Benjamin J. Kimber, .county secretary of the YMCA will address boy of pioneer club age, 11 to 16 years, on the same evening. WILLAMETTE FAST NEARING FLOOD STAGE (CoDtlur.cn nmu Pace One-) the streams, and the Coast range was pouring down a deluge of rain water. On tho east side of the valley Mill City reported the San tlam river standing at 11 feet this morning and -rising rapidly. Severe largo trees were reported under mined and washed out, one falling across the railroad track near Nia gara and delaying the train for more than an hour. San tiara at Flood. At Jefferson nt the same tlme-l the Santiam stood at only 10 feet, Indicating that the flood there is still several feet from Its crest, On the western side of the valley In the Lucklamute river watershed the stream was out of Its hanks, and all of the lowlands in the vlcln ity of Simpson were under water which was spreading hourly. More than four inches of rain locally has made the low and the flat land surrounding the city resemble lakes since Wednesday. Be tween 7 o'clock yesterday morning nnd 2 o'clock this afternoon 2.5 Inches of rnin fell, and Mill creek and all of the drainage ditches In and nenr tho city were raging torrents this afternoon. Annual Deluge Comes In the southeast section of the city the annual deluge was being experienced, with whole blocks flooded to a depth of from 2 inches to a foot of water. On S, Twelfth street from Hines to How ard streets the street for a good part of the way was a sheet of wa ter from the curb, and in many other places In that vicinity flood ed streets prevented all podestrain navigation except for persons shod with boots. From the penitentiary southward toward the girls' training school the water lies in most of the fields to a depth of a foot or more, and all of the ditches are running full. In many places where the ditches are unable to carry off the water it Is running wild In uncontrolled streams and Is doing heavy dam ago to low-lying gravel roads, fields of Water South Twenty Fifth street for a distance of 200 or 300 yards being washed out by a small tor rent 6 or 6 Inches deep. On the Turner road the water Is up to the running bqards of automobiles in several places. Both branches of Mill creek In the city are full and out of their banks In many places. At places they have attained a width of 100 feet or moro. None of the 'city bridges. have been damaged so far, but the street department has been kept busy with work on the storm sewers. Street corners are flooded at many places in the city because tho sewers cannot carry off the water. O. A. C. Cnmpos Flooded, Corvallls, Or., Feb. 6. (A.l) With rain still falling, the weatne observator at Oregon Agricultural college reports 4.6 inches precipita tion In les;j than four days of the present storm. The lower campus Is awash with, drains unable to car ry off -surface water. The Willamette river here Is out of its banks and creeping up to the Oregon Electric depot, which will have to close if the rise con tlnues. Wheat Country Soaked. Pcndelton,.Or., Feb. 0. (A.P.) A steady drizzle of rain that started yesterday afternoon and conimnei all night had yielded .40 of an inch by 9 o clock this morning, accord ing to the government report. Snow Is reported falling steadily heavily In the Blue mountains and the foothills to the east. Albany Fears Flood. Albany, Or., Feb. 6. (AT.) i The Willamette river at Albany has risen five feet in eight houi nnd Is still rising. It Is expected tp reach the 25 foot mark before tomorrow night, which win oe an additional ten feet. Rainfall of 1.87 Inches In the nast 24 hours Is caus ing fears of flood damage In this vicinity. The city planning commlssloi will conduct a public hearing on the application of several poisons for building permits in the counc; chamber of the city hall Tuesday evening, February 9, It was . an- noanced toriav. Interested prop erty holders are requested to be nresent. The applications upon which tho hearings are to be conducted are: James B. Young nnd Jonathan Bourne for a one-story building at High and Center streets. Forrest Mack, business building on. bo ut Invest corner High and Ccn tor streets. E. H. Kennedy, two-story con crete store and apartment building on State street between 12th and 13th. John Williamson, one story con crete building oh North Capitol. SENATOR CLARK NOT FATHER OF CLAIMANTS St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 6 (AP) The late Senator William Andrews Clark, copper king of Montana, was not the father of the three women who claim to be his daughters and ask a share In his 50,-000.000 estate, Mrs. Amaarfa Cot-rell, 71, aunt of the three contestants, said last night. In an Interview with the St Joseph Gazette Mrs. Cotrell, from her home in Amity, Mo., said that the late Senator Clark was not her brother, the William Andrew Clark, Stewartsvllle, Mo., druggist who deserted hla wife and three daughters to elope In 1879 with a family servant. The daughters of the druggist, now Mrs. Addle Mil ler of Denver; Mrs. Kffle Mc Williams of Clarkndsle, and Mrs. Alma nines of Orrlck, Mo., hare In stituted proceedings to prove the millionaire copper man was their father. PLANNING BOARD SETS HEARINGS 01 B. EATON PASSES AWAY AT AGE OF 78 John B. Eaton, who was a mem ber of the state tax commission from 1009 to 1910, died here eany today. Ho was 78 years old. The funeral service will be conducted by the Elks lodge at the Rlgdon i mortuary nt 1:80 tomorrow "and the body sent to Union, Oregon, for interment, which will be Monday aftornoon. Mr. Eaton Is survived by lour sons, Allen H. Enton of New York City; R. V. Eaton of Emmett, Idaho; h. B. Eaton or roruana and R. E. Eaton of La Fine, or., and a step-son. A. E. Patterson of San Ysldo, Cal.; also by three brothers, A. I. Enton and Lou Eaton of Eugene and Horace Eaton of Riddle, Oro. Mrs. C. H. Breck of the stato -insurance department Is a Blstor-in-law. John Burnham Eaton was born In Cincinnati, Ohio, in -1848. His parents, John Burnham Eaton, Sr., and Elizabeth Rose Allen were members of old New England fam ihh. Th efather was a lawyer, During his youth the family mov ed back -to the old home In Con way. N. H., and the younger Eaton attended Fryberg academy and lat er Dartmouth college, leaving the latter in his Junior year. After leaving college he entered the book trade with a Boston firm. He remained with the firm for a num ber of years and then came west, He first went into the South Mountain mining district of Idaho, and after prospecting there for time went to Union, Ore., where he was associated for a number of years with Sam Hanna in the gen eral merchandise business He later opened a general store of his own and was also agent for the Wells Fargo Express company. At that time ther were no railroads Into eastern Oregon and all stocks nnd supplies were brought In by freight and pack trains. At Union Mr. Eton was married to Minerva A nn Hcndershott of Cove, Or., daughter of Oregon pioneers of the early '60s. In ad dltlon to the children born to them mentioned above there was i daughter Ethel, who died in In fancy. For a number of yenrs the fam Ily lived on a farm, and later Mr, Eaton, who was an expert countant, was engaged for a per iod by the counties of eastern Oregon to expert their books. He al so served as chief cleric In the United States land office at La Grande. In 1900 he was appointed a republican member of the Ore gon state tax- commission by tho board of which Governor Benson was chairman. He was reappointed d tuing the administration of Governor West and served until 1017. Mrs. Eaton died In March, 1023, at their home at 809 South 12th street, Salem, where Mr. Eaton has since lived. LIVESTOCK APPROVAL OF PHIPPS GRAZING BILL Washington, Feb. fi (AP) T. W. Tomllnson, secretary of the National Livestock association, conferred today with Socrotary Worlc relative to the Phlpps grazing bill and expressed his general approval of Its provisions. The bill, which was Introduced for the Interior department, alms to provide regulations for grazing lands on public domain. Fees to be provldod In the regulations would, Secretary Work said, be designated simply to care for administrative costs and the development of watering places on the range. Whllo an automobilo belonging to B. H. White, 8C5 North Capitol street, won parked near State and Commercial streets It was backed into by a Ked Clovor dairy truck and somewhat damaged and smear ed with milk. Cars driven by Lloyd Leboid ana H. It. Burk collided on blate street betwoen liilh and 13th. Itor Brlghtman reports that he was Involved In an automomie ac cident at Commercial and Center streets, but gives no details. A cur driven'by Kd HinK oacKea Into a car driven by H. M. JSari with slight damage Cars driven by Mrs. F. D. Thiei- sen nnd J. L, Stooti, superintendent of the deaf school, collided at Ferry and Church streets. Klmor Hull of inflfpenoenee re ports a collision with an unidentified motorist. C. M. Litchfield and A. I Arn old had a collision In Portland. t'NFAIVTKrtlNG TltUST Behold, we know not anything. I can but trust that good shall fall At last far off at last, to all. And every winter change to spring. So runs my dream; but what am I? An Infant crying In th night. An Infant crying for ths light; And with no language but a cry. -Alfred Tennyson. W. T. Eigdon & Son BE CAREFUL Sorhus Asks Charge Of Aiding In Prison Escape Be Quashed (Continued from Page One) caught in the act of placing a revolver on the penitentiary grounds Seizure of papers in his room in Portland was made immediately following his arrest here. A number of weeks ago he filed a motion demanding the return of the papers based on the charge that the papers were seized wrong fully that the officers had no warrant or authority of law to make such a seizure and that they would be used In securing an indie tin enfaga Inst him and Inter In the trial of his case if he was in dicted. He also alleges that the revolv er taken from him when he was arrested was seized and held wrong fully. The case created unusual Inter est at the time as the arrest occur red ai aDoui i no time ox me trial of Tom Murray, Ellsworth Kelley and James Wlllos who have been convicted of murder and sentenced to be hanged for staying of prison guards in making an escape. Assumption was that the planting of the gun by Sorhus may have had some bearing on the trial of the three slayers. Lloyd T. Reynolds, at present representative In the legislature from Marlon county, stated this morning that he will file his dec laration bf Intention to become a candidate for state senator later In the day today. The only other candidate that has so far filed is Otto J. Wilson, Sam H. Brown, a present senator. It Is understood plans to file for re-election shortly and It I) possible Frank Settle-mcler of Woodburn may also be candidate. The name of Dr. A. E. Wright man of Sllverton also has been mentioned by his friends. Reynolds, in flung his declara tion, presented no platform what-over, merely running on his record ns a legislator and as a citizen. A gentleman Is often seen, but very seldom heard to laugh. Ches torfield. HUNGRY MAN'S PAHADISE Why Pay Mor. When You Can Eut For Lea. LUNCH COFFEE BOX COFFEE 181 3. Liberty St. The PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Norman K. Tully, D. D., Pastor 10:45 "How Much For Your Soul." 7:30 "My Son, Give Me Your Heart." If you have no church home, come and worship with us u ft . 2 We can so refinance tha old mortgage on your homo that the interest cost is 2 less than you can obtain elsewhere. The payments are arranged so that monthly installments just like rent will retire the principal and interest in from five to twelve years. Perhaps we can so lighten the financial load of owning your home. ortoagi , Loans Bonos and f' Invcitmcnti Si ... an n ..I DM ! r.. .1111 M1 1AAVKINS PAGE SEVEN Oregon Today Ronald Colman, Irene Rich In Lady Windemere's Fan' F. N. WOODRY Pays Cath For Furniture Res. and Store 1610 North Sommer Phone 511 THE FACT THAT YOU COME TO THIS INSTITUTION AND OPEN AN ACCOUNT DOES NOT FINISH THE MAT-TER. IT MARKS THE BEGINNING 0 F A PLEASANT AND PROFITABLE RELATIONSHIP. MEMBER FIRST NATIONAL BANK SALEM UllttttttttttttXTtRrB Less Interest Cost V2nd Floor. Orkoon' Bioi r, N il 1 ROBERTS I NO lJi

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