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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1922
ITRACT
HAMILTON ViLL 1W00L GOf
HEAD CHERRIANS . IS HELD VALID
FOR COMING YEAR
Wm. M. Hamilton, division
manager of the P. R. L. & P. Co,
was elected King Bing of tlu
Cherrlans, at the annual election
held last evening at the Cham
ber of Commerce. He will be In
stalled at the annual banquet of
the Cherrlans to be held Monday
evening, Jan: 2, at the Marlon ho
tel. He succeeds Wm. McGilchrist
Jr.
A. N. Pierce, serving as vite
president under the title of Lord
Covernor Wood. A. A. Gueffroy,
secretary, -with the title of Chan
rellnr of the Rolls. David W
Eyrej treasurer, officially known
ns KeeDer of the Orchard. I. R.
Smith, sergeant at arms, but
known to Cherriani as the King"
Jester.'
Those elected to serve on King
Pine's cabinet and officially deslg
nated as the Council of Noble3
ri- r.nnrea Aldarln. Duke 01
Lambert: O. J. Schel, Queen
Anne's Escort Earl Anderson.
Archbishop of Riekreall; Ralph
Cooley. . Marquis of Maraschino
V L. Waters. Earl of Waldo
, Tn renortine the activities of
the nast year Wm. Gahlsdorf, re
tiring secretary,-reported that the
Oherrinns had given Jiouu to tne
Salem hospital, through the Cher-
rinso given last summer. They
" had also taken official part In
Salem's annual blossom day, and
had represented the city at . the
. Portland Rose Bhow,
Other activities of the organi
sation Included official visits in
uniforms to the Newberg berry
festival, the Stayton round-up,
the Woodburn-Mt. Angel road
celebration, the Vancouver prune
festival, the Mt. Angel communi
ty celebration and serving dur
Ins the state fair.
Members who made a perfect
s?ore during the past year and re
ported for every meeting are tt.
T. Love, h. W. Oleason, Oliver J.
Myers and I. R. Smith.
New members accepted last
evening and to be initiated at the
annual banquet Jan. 2 are Harry
Levy, P. D. Quisenbury, Glenn C.
Niles. Walter T. Molloy, Ted
Meseh and Dick Goodin.
Members who do not attend
meetina and who do not keep up
their dues, will be dropped from
the organization after Jan. 1.
Only thoae who are willing to
take an active part In Cuerrian
activities will be permitted to re
main a3 members, according to of
ficial act on taken last evening.
. - Following the custom of sever
al vears nast. the Cherrlans will
string clusters' of electric lights
on the large fir tree In the court
house lawn. Fred Mangia was
named as chairman of a commit
tee to see that the tree is proper
ly lighted.
Wm. McGilchrist, Jr., retiring
King Ring and his officers will
have charge of the annual ban
quet and preside at the Installa
tion of officers Jan. 2.
Of Interest to wool grower as
well as others who have contract
ed to deliver to cooperative asso
clatlons, Is the decision recently
hv Judee Percy R. Kelly In wnicn
the court holds that the contract
with the Pacific Cooperative Wool
Growers Is' not In restraint of
iroHa and that the contract Is
valid.
in the suit brought by the as
soclation against J. T. Wooddy,
the defendant claimed that the
association and contract were In
restraint of trade and a monopoly.
The decision of Judge Kelly, hold
inir valid the contract, is the first
time that the association contract
has been passed upon by tn
courts. Recently In Salem, the
contract of the Willamette Flax &
Hemn Growers Cooperative assocl
ation was also declared valid, by
the Marion county circuit court.
ent-teacher's will be. held in the
school house next Friday night.
R. May has had a telephone in
stalled in his present home, the
Emmitt place.
Miss Mildred Glover of Portland
spent Sunday with Mrs. C. B. Har-
ritt. . .. .' , .. . .
Mrs. F. M. Munson received
word Monday of the death of her
sister, Mrs. C. Johnston of Salem,
whn died as the result of an oper
ation which she underwent last
Friday.
Brush Colleee Is going to try
for the S25 prize offered -for the
best collection of corn and fresh
vegetables at the Polk-Marion
county corn ehow the 14th.
tr and Mrs. McCarter will
leave for California, December 15
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pettys left
d ii few days in
Portland.
C. C. Page returned last week
from a business trip to Portland,
nr. and Mrs. Blodgett. Mr, and
Mrs. Utley. Mr. and Mrs. McCall
and Mr. and Mrs. Pettys were din
ner guests last Thursday evening
Brush College
Bob Lehman was out of school
last week on account of being
itruck in the eye with a watch
jpring while he was repairing
watch.
Mies Elizabeth Himmel of Salem
ipent the week-end with her par
ents here.
I.,wal Whitney, . who has been
suffering with tonsilitiB, is lm
proving slowly.
Mark Siddie, a property owner
of this district, was one of the
many losers in the Astoria fire,
Mrs. Worth Henry had a num
ber of her Rhode Island Red pul
nta stolen last week.
Mrs. Elmer Smith spent several
davs of last week with her sister
Mrs. Clark, at Mountain View
L. A. Grote received the eau
na nf iiia father's death at
Wheaton. Illinois, last week.
MiBS Nellie Taylor win eiuer
tain the members of the Sweel
Briar club. December 20th, with
dish luncheon. At this
time they will have their Christ
mas program and exchange gifts
Mr. and Mrs. Beckett and enn
dren of Salem were guests of Mr
and Mrs. Carl Harritt, Sunday.
The pupils at school drew names
last week for an exenange
niirlclmaa nresents.
Fred Ewing was a UJrvam
vlaltnr Sunday.
P. W. Newbill is building a new
hmise.
Mr and Mrs. Umnhrey ot Jetrer
son were the guests of Mr. and
ifn. p. W. Newbill, Sunaay.
The regular meeting ot the par
of Judge and Mrs. Bennett In Sa
lem. "
Mrs. Madson of Seattle has re
turned home after visiting her son,
M. T. Madson and family.' Mr.
Madson suffered a great loss when
his bakery In Astoria burnea lasi
Friday. It was a total loss; He
will soon rebuild there. "
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New Corporations.
G. W. Hyatt, G. M. Gaily and
AUie L. Hyatt ot Enterprise have
fnrnrnorated the M. & M. Realty
company, capitalized at $60,000
articles being filed with the state
corporation department here Mon
Other corporations filing arti
cles Monday were:
Thn National Association of
Sanipractic and Naturopathic
Physicians of Oregon, Portland;
1100: Eugene B. McDonald, Rob
ert A.-Foster and Jesse Jacobsoh.
The Peoples Cooperative Stores
Raker: S10.000: Joseph F. DIggs,
Ben C. Rlzor, John A. Jobb, M. B.
Dobson and Frank E. Taylor.
Ranson Investment company,
Portland; $10,000; Earl E. Ran
som, Walter R. Ransom and James
H. Ganse.
k certificate filed by the Chilo-
nnin T.nmber company of Chilo-
i .K-iamath co- t'y. shows an
increase In capitalization from
$150,000 to $580,000.
Tteaolntions of dissolution were
filed by - the Banks Hop company
Hillsboro, the Peterson company,
twnon,i and the White Cedar
Lumber company, Portland.
DAMS BREAK: FLOOD
CABBIES OUT BRIDGES
Superior, Wis., Dec. 13. Three
Aama in Tron river went oui esujr
Mud Lake reservoir,
a mil and a half south of the
town of Iron River, broKe iron.
stored up " water.
Sweeping along its course the
river caught the Nortnern rat
tle and South Shore bridges and
fr thom from their piers, cut
ting off train service from the
.o,i intr. the twin ports. Iron
River is left without electric pow
Trom "Ei a Juan a fo Kulshaft
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HSdelol
He knows its handsome shapes
its perfect draft the
fragrance of its fine
Havana filler.
He knows the mildness of its
shade-grown wrappers
its rare enjoyment.
He knows it's Christmas.
don't disappoint
him. Give him this
Christmas box.
r Maic Carpet ki u
Af fhp releohone when you asw. va j ijur 4
WBm
eohone
fnr "1 .nn? Distance" you are on the
magic carpet of today. wish ex
pressed, and your voice is where
you desire to send it.
In this service distance is elimi
nated and inconvenience is avoid
ed. The answer is prompt and
time and money are saved.
For detailed information as to
rates and classes of service avail
able consult the telephone direc
tory, or call the "Long Distance"
operator.
Every Bell telephone is a Long
Distance station.
Afreie Debaters Win.
. Oregon Agricultural College,
Corvallla. Dec. 13. The college
added to its string ot debate vic
tories Monday night by defeating
the Univevsity of Oregon at both
Eugene and Corvallis by 2 to 1 de
cisions. This gives the college the
(ate championship. The compar
ative record of the two institutions
since 1915 now stands O. A. C. 22.
University of Oregon 17.
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. COMBINATION j
J R A N G El
A Summer
Clime
for your
Winter Outing
that's
others at this season
of the year you are thinking of a
trip to a warmer clime. '
California Is just the place tor
your winter outing. Here the
days' are flooded with bright
warm sunshine. You . may enjoy
all outdoor recreations or simply
rlux and rest . in comfort under
sunlit skies.
There are noted golf courses,
polo fields, tennis courts, miles of
splendid highways and countless
places of scenic and romantic
charm.
Go now and take advantage of
Excellent Train Service and
Through Sleeping Cars to San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
jj ONYX UNIVERSAL
Hot Biscuits
With Pastry and Coffee
Will be served during this treat
demonstration
UNIVIT PORCELAIN ENAMEL It is Washable
No blacking Isneeded,. no rubbing and 'bo bruised knuckles. Simply wash the range with a damp cloth.
Not a part needs blacking, not even the cooking top,' as this is polished and burnished and needs simply to ba
wiped with a cloth. The nfckel trimmings are smooth, making it easy to maintain the beautiful lustre. Uni
versal ranges are famous for their lasting quadruple platinum finish nitkel plating. Requires less frequent
attention and much less rubbing to keep It bright. ' . '
' SANITARY
The modern day demand is for sanitation and above all, clean kitchen. No longer are iron or tin cooking
'utensils used. Enameled pots and pans have replaced them. Enameled lined refrigerators have replaced the
galvanized and zinc lined. .Enameled 'sinks arejwed almost entirely. '. .
The up-to-date home has white enameled or tile wainscoating, washable walla and floor covering ot tile or
linoleum. The plumbing is exposed and bath tuba porcelain instead of tin. t
There has been only one exception to the progress in "My Ladies'" kitchen and that was the old black range.
Now you can obtain beauty and life-long satisfaction in the Blue Beauty. Lasting, Washable, Sanitary, every
thing which a housewife has been longing for in her-kitchen range.
Set Rogers Silverware during
this Demonstration only. With
every Universal range we will in
clude, without charge this beauti
ful 26-piece set of Rogers HamP
den design guaranteed silver
ware. -
This set of Silverware carries an
unlimited guarantee from the
maker, Wm. Sogers & Sons.
Don't miss lis opportunity.
MAKERS OF
$5.00 Deposit
15 cash will hold any Universal
Porcelain range you may
for future delivery and entitles
you to all special inducements oi
this demonstration.
See Our
West Windows
X0W R0D1TO TRIP TICKETS
Kow On Sale
For fare, train schedules, sleeping
car reservations or descriptive fold
ers, ask local railroad ticket agents,
or writs f
JOHN M. SCOTT,
" General Passenger Agent
r Portland, Oregon
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UNIVERSAL-STOVES
AM) RANGES '
Offers Special Inducements Until Saturday Only
: - YOUR OLD STOVE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
During this exhibit we will take vour wasteful old. broken down kitchen range, and make you a special
liberal allbwance on your new purchase. Make vour own terms on the balance. s
See Our
West Windows
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