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11 you neeu a timepiece do! not fail to ji ,
: priced watches. These watches are al Kood t LUl Y f B?,al
fully guaranteed.- yhe price 1ar"ex!ip5SSilJ ' i 'o 're
to lnv,,tigalc. On display ,n oup SiSJt "itreet wlndowa P"'
Try Our Optirnl Service.
TODAY AT THE THEATERS.
OREGON Stat street near
0. K. depot. Home of Artcraft
and Paramount pictures.
"Til Primal Lure" with Bill
Hart ' i
JSLIGH State between Lib
frty and High- Mutual and
Bluebird films. Special films.
Snedeker company Jn' acts. '
YE LIBERTY Liberty near
State. Greater Vitagraph, Per
fection and Goldwyn films.
"The Harrier," by Hex Ucach.
to Install Officer
Mrs. Grace L. Reiner of Portland
will Install the new officers of Sliver
Bell Circle tonight.
a . ; . I
gee the Xew
records . and hear the Urunswick
phonograph at Hamilton's.
judffment for rialnlirr .
- Decree was entered yesterday, and
judgment rendered "in favor of plain
tiffs In the suit of Arthur Buehncr
Siodern 3-room apartment, dose
In. Phone 742. . -
0se3 Furniture Wanted
HlffBsat Cash prices paid for usee"
, . furniture - j ,
' .'. E. L. STIFF Jk SOX, .
Fbona 041 or BOS I
HOUSEHOLD GOODS I
- We pay the very . big-heat- price
for household goods and tools of
very kind. 5 ? -
People's Second Hand Store
X71 If. Cesvaaevetal BC ! T34
The highest cash price paid
for all kinds of junk. -jit
.'CAPITAL Jt'XK CO. j
271 Chemeketa St. Ihone 308
Pack and Store Everything
Special rates on eastern shipments.
Piano moYinp and country, trips a
specialty. Prompt service. Work
guaranteed. - " I
LARMER TRANSFER CO.
, 143 8. LIBERTY STREET,
effice Phone 930 1.
ome Phone J08 ' .
O O A l, A: N II W O T
FRUIT GROWERS i
To those Mr ho are taking advantage
of the present crn1itkna. and plant
ins orchard: We arc pleaded to aiif
Bounce that we are prepared to
UKply the tree In all the leadinc
vrietl including The Italian
iTunen and the Kamoua Vrooman
Kranquotie Wnlnut. We also carry
complete lin of ( nmtm-ntai
trees and Shrubbery. Capital City
Nurery Co., i03O Chemeketa i St..
oalero. Oregon. : .
Diseases of Women and Nervoui Diseases
. i .
50G United States National Bank Building
Ships to be deciding factor in world's war say Allied Statesmen.
We are in the market for small and large quantities or
Heavy Cast Iron, Steel and Wrought, and will pay astonishing
higk market prices. Would like to hear from responsible man
in every town in the valley in regards to above. Let us-hear
from you immediately i It pays to bring your junk to the
Phone. 706, Salem, -Oregon ...
1 Iron Yards at Commercial and Center Streets.
Tin-re M Von iietter.
ft al against Ellis Klllen et al, di
recting that certain four promissory
notea and mortgages be re-formed
so as to fully and correctly set forth
the terms of agreement entered into
between the parties plaintiff and de
fendant, the judgment belnj? for the
Bum of $3600. and interest Pt the
rate of 5 per cent from Oct. 7. 191.'
aiiu.fditu attorneys fees.
TOO Filbert Tree
From Stoli and McNary ranch, for
pale. V rultland jMursery Bales yard,
corner High aiul Kerry streets.
I of mom-size rugs at special prices,
i Re jure to see them. Hamilton's"
lteceive Oregon Apple
George N. Thompson of Salem re
cently sent some Oregon apples to
a Mr. and Mrs. Starns of Crawford,
Nebr. nl response, the Nebraska
residents say they have heard that
Oregon is noted for Its fine fruit
but that the apples received Xrom the
Thompson orchard prove the fact
II. L. Clark, Sales Agent;;
For Miller auto tires, tubes and ac
cessories. Adona treads stitched on
your, old tires. Y. M. C. A. building.
Soldiers Xante Displayed
An unveiling, of Jthe honor roll of
'the Artisan lodge' took place last,
'night at a meeting of the lodge In
' the Odd Fellows hall. A short pro
I gram was givcn.v followed by the un
veiling of the board of stars by Mr a.
G. E. Terwilllger. The names on It
are Dr. H. E. Clay, C. C. RandaTL
Merill Penn, Orley Lefflngweu, .d
Durette, Omer I. Kennen and Louis
Notice Is hereby riven -that I wilt
enforce Ordinance No. 1404. regu-
; latlng the keeping and running at
large of dors. 1
, Section 1 provides that degs shali
fxot be permitted to run looe or be
at large upon any -of the public
str?etr, highways, or any ther pub
lic places within the corporate Hmlt
of the City of Salenv Section . 2 em
powers the street commissioner to
catch and impound dogs running at
large. Section 7 provides a penalty
of $2.00 for first Impounding, arid
$4.00 for second Impounding. See
tior13. "Any psrson violating any
of the privistons of this ordinance,
shall upon conviction thereof, be
punished by a fine of not less than
$10.00 or more than $100.00, or by
imprisonment in the city Jail one day
for each $2.00 of "such fine, not ex
ceeding 20 days."
This ntlco'is given so that owner
of dogs may not claim Ignorance of
this ordinance. 1 propose immedi
ately to commence enforcing' it- You
will see by the provisions of Section
13, that persons allowing their dogs
to ran loose WILL BE AUKESTKD
. W. S. LOW
; street Commissioner-
About 9 o'clock Wednesday evening-
officer De Long and WriRht.
tn North Salem, arrested a man bv
the name of Thomas C Lyon, who
at 1:30 yesterday morning -3 ad
judged insane by Dp. Brd. who ex
amined him 'In tho poliee station,
and at half past eleven Lyon was
turned over to the state authority.
Army Y. f. C A. Benefit
( Luncheon served at the First Con
gregational church Saturday, 11:30
Sale of rrojerfy C'irnied
Order was yesterday, entered cf
record in the suit of W. It. Norrl
et al 'against George C. Nelson et al
confirming the sale of property for
merlv made bv the sheriff n thecal
Paid for Iron
UNDIIOLX in the city, January
16. 5 1317, Mrs. Ellen Lindholn,
who was 31 years old.
She Is survived by a husband and
one child. The funeral arrangements
are. in charge of Webb it Clough.
The service will be announced later.
Pal ton Plumbing Co., 353 Chemekrtu
Phone 1908. We do repair work.
Jet Your Lunch at
the first Congregational church Sat
urday. The proceeds will go to ho
army Y. M. C. A.
Drive U Still On
Holiert 8. Gill. Marion county
manager for the Armenian-Syrian re
Mef fund drive, announced last night
that the camnslgn has not been fin
ished as intimated in another news
paper and that the workers are still
hard Jat work driving for funds. All
of the teams are jttill actlvo and dally
reports are encouraging.
printed to comply with alt demand
for state and county offices, a!
Statesman Publishing Company- (up
stairs). Krafpn Take IMae
County Clerk Boyrr yesirrJay bad"
to pay out nickels for 392 gopher
skins brought to his off'cp by farm
ers, showing that the market has ad
vanced a little, even in this rainy
Car Nliartage Reported
The tojal car shortage 'of the
Southern Pacific company In Ore
gon yesterday was 762. a shortage
of 196 closed and ZCd open cara
The O. W. It. & N. Co. reported a
shortage of 369 and the Spokane
Portland and Seattle a surplnsf c
Rug at Hieeial Prices
for a few days, to make room
new arrivals. Hamilton's.
Motion to Qnaah
The defendant yesterday filed mo
tion to quash the recall of the writ
formerly ordered Issued In the an't
or Ada V. Skiff against Rober
Hntcheon, doing business as the
Hntcheon Paint company.
printed to comply with all demand?
for state and county offices, at
Statesman Publishing Company; (up
stairs). To Qn let Title
Comnlaint wns filed yesterday In
the suit of Fel'clte M. M. Manntmr
et al against Mary E. Gregolre to
quiet title to certain real p-operty.
Comnlaint was vesterdav fifed by
Ellis B. Dilley against Addison c
Dllley. praying for a decree of, abso
lute divorce on the ground of da
sertlon, and alleging that there ar
no children and no property Involve
a few pattern' of China rToaet a''
liajl seats. Prices very low. . Ham
ilton's. Nominating Petitions
nrrnted to comply with all demand
for state and county oflces. a
Statesman Publishing Company (up
blatters In Probate Court
Petition was yesterday filed in th?
county couft by Lillie Myrtle Cor
er asking for the appointment of ar
executor of Ue estate of Emerson
E. Cooier, deceased, who left about
five acres of ground and other proo
erty. In the matter of the estate
of A. OH nger, deceased, notice '
sale of property wa entered, sa'e
being ordered for February 18. '
petition of Fred "3. Stewart, executor
tf the estate of D. A. Siewart. de
ceased, order was entered, authoris
ing the executor toyloan $300 for
the estate. tn mortgage notes. On
petition of Edna Wlnternvantel. ex:
ecutrlx of the-estate of W. F. Wln
termantel. deceased, the estate- of
'Jl acres of land was set aide ai a
bameittead fre of execution. CUa-
: tion was issued against Nicholas Dift
' ver an Incompetent, to appear In
court on January 28. and show cause
if any, why a guardian should not be
appointed for him
C. F. Martin of Seattle is at the
W. C. Maxwell of Portland Is re;
istered at the Argo Hotel.
Percie Wallaee of Newberg is a
guest of the Argo.
W. H. Stevely lefJa yesterday over
the Oregon Electric railway, or
Mm M. Wheeler, Edward Buff am
andHthel Bnffam left yesterday aft
ernoon vit the Oregon Electric rail
way for Hoquiam, Wash.
William A. Baker. A. Nahlan. L.
A. Kissel. H. II. Darral. A. Heinhart.
Clifford Harold, J. K. Webber. Roy
E. King. F. M. McNary and L. B.
Zunjer of Portland are registered at
(i. 11. Meyers is here from Hernii
ton. Or., a guest of the Bligh hotel.
F. L. j Poole of Seattle lit at the
Henry Sonnemeyer of Baker Is
guest of the Bligh.
Ed C Prentiss. E'. 11. Porter, A. J.
Stennard. Max Block and P. J. New
man of San Francisco are at tne Mar
It. S. Callair. L. A., Is registered
at the Marlon.
Frank A. Dhodes of Tacoma is at
the Marion. r
N. A. Elliott of New York is reg
istered at the Marion. '
P. L- Yard is here from San Fraii
clsco. It. L. Winnifred and Wife of Port
landa guests of the Hotel Marlon.
jf F, Hatehason, representing th-j
Mutual Llfe.i Mopping temporarily
at the Marion hoteL- :
' No doubt Germany ia sincere in
wishing peace on. earth. bVit she is
less concerned, for good-will among
men. Philadelphia Pblic Ledger. -
THE OUK;OX STATESMAN t FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1018
AT THIS SEASON
In order to comprise the best course
of treatment, and to secure the best
results, should read as follows:
It Hood's Sarsaparilla 11 oz.
I'eptiron 180 pill
Sig: One teaoonful Hood's Sar
saparilla before meals
Two Pept iron after meals
There is no better course of medi
cine for impure blood, run-down
condition and loss of apatite. These
two medicines working together
often give a four-fold benefit, v
ELKS TO HOLD
Fiftieth Anniversary of Order
Jo Be Celebrated by
Salem Lodge ,
The fiftieth anniversary of the
founding the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks falls on Feb
ruary 16, and that dajr is to be cele
brated all over the nation. At its
regular meeting lat night, Salem
lodge. No. 336. deided to put on an
elaborate celebration of the annlver-1
sary, and Exalted Ruler Walter E.
Keyes appointed a committee of five
to prepare for the event.
Those named on the committee are
Louis Lachmund. chairman; N. I).
Elliott. Lee CanHeld, Ralph L.
White and S. A. Stone.
The program will include a ban
quet, toasts and elaborate enter
tainment of a nature yet to be decid
ed upon. Exalted Ruler Keyes wJU
Berve as toastmaster. The celebra
tion will be held at the lodge rooms.
Seven new members, were Initiated
into the Elks last night. They were:
James MoFarland, Guy C. Newgenl,
Arthur Goffin, Elmar A. Daue,
Charles W. Logan, C. B. Clancey and
Charles G. Miller. -
To keep up its refutation for va
riety "and plenty of stock, it is neces
tary to have an endless flow of con
tributions at the Superfluity shop.
Salem's popular "trench" shop In
the. Masonic building, wnich through
free donations. Is seeling articles of
all kinds to raise money for. the
soldiers. This week,- the funds will
be used for Armenian relief.
Three overcoats have been sold,
so far this week. And now, two
more are needed. Men's shoes can
also be used and women's tailored
suits. A folding table haa been call
ed for and pieces of old' furniture.
Now that the holiday season has
cleared the store of many novelties
other articles will be given a good
placo as they come- j
K. of C. Workers Are
Still Meeting Success
An impression has gon uoad
that fhe workers for the Knights of
Columbus war work fund .In Salem
are soliciting only among members
of the Catholic choreh. This Is not
the case. Because Of- the other cam
paigns' in palrietiC' and benevolent
causes, the workers In tsie Knight?
of Columbus campaign have been
chosen from the church membership
but' donations are acceptable from
the public in general.
'' The campaigners were further en
couraged by the response of the" peo
pie l eeterday as . reported at IV
meeting of the campaigners at Uie
Knights' club room last night.
The Lenlne crowd in Russia call
the Cossacks the counter-revolutionists.
The Cossacks Plight retort by
calling the Leninites the bargain
counter revolutionists. Providence
Friday a n d
118 S. CommerciaTSt1!
387 Court Street .
299 N. Commercial St
Roman Meal, r pkg . 27c
KaL:oii's Bran ....... v. 13c
Sun Maid Rabns,.pkg. . . . 11c
liberty Oat. Ur fie pkg. . .29c
Ground ChcoIate,- lb. kg 29c
Ilm. Corn Meal .... j . .63c
1 lbs. Cream Rolled Oata . 25c
Peanut UutU'r," lb .
A. & H. Soda. lkg.
Iarge Wesson's Oil
HkIhJ ,ack,l, lb.
:l Ihs. Macaroni . . .
IH?t TMtie, pkg. . . . !
' :Z Cant Sugar lea . . . .
MatclieM. targe liox, full
Count .- 5c
a Cream Oil Soap . . 35e
il Old lutch tleaiiJer . . -25c
Potatoes. er bualiel .,.85c
Royal Baking liwvder, lb. ,45c
2 V.m Milk .... -.. .25c
Kara Syrup, . 3
Karo Syrup, No. JO . . . . 1.05
Use more syrup. ae- t.ugar
O Bars ln if Ic Laundry
Koap , '. ............
Beat Head Rice, per lb...
2 pkga. Cir:-ap Nuts
9 lb. lUiVal Club Coffee .
Citrus Waahmg Powd.-r .
2c Coffee, 2 days only .. .22c
.21c I'nffee, 2 d.iya only ...I0c
RED CROSS BULLETIN f
American Red Cross.
Business Office and Supply Depart,
meat, Room 418 U. 8. National
On January 16 Macleay auxiliary
turned In to local headquarters
three ambulance pillows, donated
nine water bag covers, fifteen ope
rating leggings. "
On the same day the Y. M. C. A.
auxiliary turned in -fifty-seven
.Yesterday- Golden Hour auxiliary
turned In. seventy-six abdominal
bandages, Mrs. Frank Crouse three
suits of pajamas and Mrs. S.
Thompson two knitted wash cloths
and six napkins, the tatter donated.
Ir. Foster Ieaves.
President Foster of ' Reed college
en loruana lor tne east wunaay
night. January 6. He will make ad
dresses under the auspices of the
American Red Cross and the Nation
al Chamber of Commerce at Chicago.
Milwaukee, Detroit. Buffalo, New
Yorkt Boston, Washington and other
cities, lie will , make an address
January 10 at the annual convention
of American college's at Chicago and
will speak: January 16 at the Uni
versity of Michigan. On his return
trip he will meet a series of engage
ments In Montana at Hillings, Boze
man. Helena, Great Falls. Butte and
Missoula, reaching Portland again
about February 10. Since his return
from France in the latter part of
October President Foster has ad
dressed American Red Cross meet
ings with an aggregate attendance
of about 87,000. . '
Little Ml Give Pointers.
She is a little girl. Is Dorothy Me
Kenchie, aged 10, of Eugene, Or.,
and when she came to the headquar
ters of the Red Cross she looked up
Into the face of Manager Wetherbee
and. with an appeal in her eyes,
asked that she be permitted, to sell
stamps. She had no money. The
manager gave her 10 cents. . in ten
minutes she was back looking for
more. The second time she came back
she, got 5.0 cents worth. By noon
her total receipts aggregated $3.60.
Her success as a stamp saleswoman
soon attracted attention of the cam
paign managers and she was given,
a place on one of the teams engaged
In the sales of memberships, appear
ing on the street in the afternoon
with 'white cap and apron, just like
Dorothy became an orphan when
her father was killed while fighting
with Vie Canadian expeditionary
forces. She is now the adopted
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mc
Kenchle of Eugene.
DALLAS, Or., Jan.. 17. -(Special
to The Statesman.) -The Dallas Red
Cross organization Is one of the busi
est organlartions or Its kind in tne
state and the headquarters in the
Uglow building on Mill street is -H a
"bee hive" for workess every after
noon in the week, exepet Saturday.
The organiaztion has up to the. pres
ent time sent to headquarters a, total
of finished garments as follows: f7B5
abdominal bandages, 106 many tail
bandages, 211 four tall bandages. 86
T-Bandages, 1060 triangular slings,
85 pairs operating leggins, 72 pairs,
operating.bed socks, 65 suits of pa
jamas, 40 suregons operating gowns,
18 surgeons operating caps, 4 hos
pital bed shirts. Ill shoulder wraps,
37 hospital sheets, 28 water bottle
covers, 5 fracture pillows, 180 knitt
ed wash cloths, 133 pairs wool socks,
5 bed quilts, 668 handkerchiefs, 16 1
napkins, 123 tray cloths besides a
quantity x)f wrappings, for surgical
dressings, old bed spreads, blankets
and other articles. The following dif
ferent, auxiliaries meet in the head
quarters room each week; Mondays,
D.. A. R. auxiliary; Tuesday, Pnjby
terian church auxiliary; Wednesdays.
Woman's' Club auxiliary; Thursdays.
Christian church auxiliary; Friday.
Evangelical church auxiliary. Be
sides these there are four other aux
iliaries which meet at various places
in the city namely the Methodist
church 'auxiliary. Women of Wood
craft. W. C. T. U. and the Thursday
Afternoon club auxiliaries. The pal
las branch is also supplying. the-following
auxiliaries throughout the
county with materials to work with:
Community club, EUendale, Ballstbn,
Buell. Falls City,- Rlckreall . Ladies
Aid and the Mistletoe auxiliaries.
Very few organizations of this kind
in the state have made a better show
ing than Dallas bar in this line Of
work and the jn embers are enthus
iasticjn their efrort'to keep.up with
the steadily Increasing demand for
such articles as they, furnish.
i TOTAL SOARING
, (Continued from page 1)
down from the national committee to
the northwest division, then to the
f tate and then to the county. . Each
rornmunity. It is felt, can best be
reached by its own people, rather
thr I by outsiders. Over thirty sets
of. school directors have been asked
to attencLthe meeting on Saturday.
- The stream of voluntary contribu
tions to come in at headquarters,
the sum received there each. day oft
en rivaling and surpassing the
mounts solicited by some of the
teams. . The heaviest single contrib
utor yesterday at headquarters was
J. C. Wylder, who lives on route 7.
who left a check for $15.
"What amounts are you receiving
mostly?" Mr. Wylder asked. ; "Any
thing from a cent to the plumb lim
it." was the response. "Give me
about fifteen dollars worth," said
Mr. Wylder with a smile.
Names Rotate on Ballot
If Two or More Appear
When two or more names of can
didates for any office appear on the
ballots at the primary election thev
r-Mist rotate and each appear in first
place an equal number of times. This
an amendment to the rotation law
that was'nassed at the 1917 session
nf th- legislature. The original law
provided a rotation if five or mote
LAID TO REST
High Tribute Paid to First
r Congressman to Answer
WASHINGTON, Jan. - 7.-TMaJor
Augustus P. Gardner, former repre
sentative in' congress from Massa
chusetts, who died Monday-at Camp
Wheeler, Ga.. from pneumonia, was
burled in Arlington National ceme
tery today with full military; honors.
Services at St. John's Episcopal
church and at Ihe grave were attend
ed by government officials, members
of congress and an official dejega
tion-from Massachusetts, headed by
Lieutenant Governor Coolidge.
The house of representatives as a
tribute fecesaed from 1:15 o'clock
nntli 3 o'clock to permit members to
attend the funeral. Before adjourn
ment, Representative Longworth of
Ohio, one of Major Gardner's inti
mate ' associates in congresa. in an
address to the house paid high trib
ute to Major Gardner as a "states
man, patriot and gallant gentleman. "j
. .Mr. Longworth said Major Card-;
ner's death, was a loss of monument
al proportions to the nation ; that
he had laid the cornerstone, of mil
itary preparedness and was the first;
to raise a voice in congress for prep-i
aratlon for the' war. f 1
A bill to naiuea first class8 de
stroyer In the American navy as thei
Augustus P. Gardner was Introduced
today by Representative Britten of
Illinois. : - 1 !
Step at !
A Rom Away from Horn a."
Strictly Modern I l.UO Per Day
ISO fleaaaa mt Sll rwmtrt
Only Hotel in Buaifeas District
STOCK AND FIXTURES
THE VARIETY STORE
220 X. Commercial Street
Friday, 10 am.
V and 1 p. m.
Bargains for Everybody ,
p . - - ... .
o a m
ANY ENLIS TED M AN
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In the Service of Uncle Sam
Is Entitled to Receive Chiropractic Adjustments
FREE OF CHARGE
DR. O. L. SCOTT, D C.
CHIROPRACTIC SPINOLOQIST .
V - P. S. C. Graduate
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