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THE OHEGOX STATESMAN SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 2,. J91 8
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L A VELLIER S
ror ft hort time only we are offering special d .counts of Larl
liers. Jewels of all kind set In Gold and Platlmum ?n
Among; our manr beautifully designed pendants you will find one
that will especially please you. Come and see them.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
JEWELEIW and OPTICIANS
8 Late and Liberty Street
Service . - .
Salem Bank of Commerce
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II. U STKKVKS, lreldiit.
H. II. ELLIOTT, Vice President.
J. Ur MINER. Cashier.
II. V. COMITON, Asst. Caahler.
Ik li. MTEKVEJ4
J. C. PERRY
rX. F. VICK
W. w. mooius
M. It. ELLIOTT
J. II. MINER
We' are fully equipped to render modern Banking Service.
We invite' you to let us serve you.
Bank of Commerce Bldg.
State and Liberty Streets
KOOP At his f late home, 1451 D
street, Salem. Friday night, Feb.
1, 1918, at 7:05, Louis Koop.
' Mr. Koou was born at Seymour.
,lndlana. ; January 1, 1S83. He was
christened In St. Paul's Lutheran
church at Seymour, January 28,
1883. With his parents he moved
to Jackson county. Texas, In 1908.
He was married to Mrs. Klele Wal
leck January 1, 1908. He moved to
Salem last year.' 1
The funeral will be held this after
noon at 3 o'clock from the residence.
Interment wilt be in Lee Mission
cemetery under the auspices of
Webb Sc Clough.
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TODAY AT TIED THEATEIIS.
OREOON SUte street near
O. E. depot. Home of Artcraft
and Paramount pictures..
BZJQH State between lib
erty and High. Mutual and
Bluebird , films. Special films.
Hippodrome vaudeville. .
YE LIBERTY Liberty near
State. Greater VI U graph. Per
fection and Goldwrn films.
Florence Reld in "Today." r -
Mayor Keyea Improv
Mayor "Walter E. iCeyes, who has
been ill wltn appendicitis since
' Thursday was Improving- yesterday.
II was not taken to a hospital : as
' was ' expected" and - ft is not believed
'. a surgical operation win be neces
Marguerite Clark at the Oregon.
' Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. , j
Enemies- Must Register
4 All alien enemies who live In the
' City of Salem must register . their
names with the chief of police be
tween Monday, Feb. 4, and Saturday,
Feb. 9, says Judge Earl Race of the
Wa n&v th r hlrhaat Briet
for household roods and tools of
People's Cecond Hand Store
sn V. oiwinui at pa TS4
jmL a mm Purt tpelt elder
a I I Tw I .. whotesalo and r
I tall delivered in
-...""I. any quantity.
Made from clean, sound apples. ;
COHHERC1AL CIDKR WORKS
.101ft N. Commercial 8t.. Balem. Orcroa.
. Phone 214
police court. Aliens who live out
side 1 the city limits. Postmaster
Huckesteln has already stated, must
te registered at the postofflce. In ac
cordance with a-recent ruung or in
department in Washington, D. C.
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Pat ton Plumbing Co, 355 Chexneket
Phone 1906. We do repair work.
Will Help Farmers
..Because of the difficulty encoun
tered by Marlon county farmers in
obtaining wheat, the names of all of
them who have wheat to sell and of
all who are in need of wheat will be
nleted at the commercial club. Man
ager Mr Dan lei said the effort will
be facilitated with either class if
farmers will report to the club and
have their names placed on the lists.
Car Shortage ' f
The Southern Pacific car shortage
in Oregon yesterday was 312, a
shortage of 208 open and 104 closed
cars.1 The C-W. R. tc N. company
reported a shortage of 374.
printed to comply with all demands
for state -and ' county offices, at
Statesman Publishing Company (up
stairs). - ' ,
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Bportirxg 'IJeensea Issued
County Clerk Boyer yesterday Is
sued! a combination' 'pioneer, and,
Clvili war .veteran's license to Casa
Gibson, a hunter! license to F. O.
De Val,. and an angler's license to
Judge George G. Bingham.
Hurst t hall, Saturday evening
from 8 to 10. Mrs.W.-H. Parker.
Rale ; Is jcohflrmed ,
-Order was yesterday entered In the
circuit court confirming the sale of
property to satisfy judgment In the
suit of -Starton State bank against
1L K. Huntley etal, the amount of
sale pf property: being 1 1626.9 6.
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Wool and riash - T ; ,
automobile robes.. Exceptional val
ues and designs.- Watt Shlpp Co.
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New Elks Initiated
At the regular meeting of the Sa
lem Elks Thursday, Charles Know-
land' and Robert Cole were initiated
into the order. 4 Initiation is a fre
quent occurrence with the Elks.
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Used Fnrnitnre Wanted
Highest - cash prices paid for usel
K furniture t
. B. Lb STIFF SON, f
Phone 041 or 508 -
Highest price paid for .old
. CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Ch-raekcta St. Ilioiie 303
Pack and Store Everything
Special rate on eastern shipments.
Piano moving and country trip a
specialty. Prompt service. Work
- ' guaranteed.
LA1UIER TRANSFER CO.
143 8. LIBERTY STREET
Office Phone 03O
Home Phone ISOfl
O O A L A W H W O O D
You Can Keep W
with our wool or fleece lined glove.
Watt Shlpp Co.
Burial at Lyle, Wash.
The body of the late Mrs. Mae
Smith, who died .Wednesday Jn Sa
lem,' was taken to Lyle, Wash.,' for
burial. It was accompanied by the
husband, two daughters and a son-in-law..
TAYLOR -In Salem Friday, Feb. 1,
1918, 1L II. Taylor. 34 years old.
, M,wa a native of Kansas. His
widow' and a brother-in-law will ar
rive today from Medlno. Or., to take
rharg of the funeral arrangements.
The body is at the chapel of Webb
BOWMAN-In Salem Friday. Feb. 1.
1918, Emma Bowman.
The body is at the Rigdon funeral
parlors.' awaiting the arrival of rel
atives, from Seattle.
Ritchie IIoKIk Heft
. J. W. Ritchie, Salem representa
tive of the Oregon Electric Railroad
company, claims to hold the belt or
leather medal for selling strlft
stamps. He sold $100 to one per
son., but this was only a small part
of his activity as a thrift stamp ped
dler. , '
Will be seen at the Oregon to
morrow in her latest, "The Seven
printed to comply with' an demands
for state and county offices, at
Statesman Publishing Company (upstairs).
Sailor Visits Here
Charles M. Walker, who before
be enlisted in the navy was connect
ed with the Salem office of the Stan
dard OH company, ; Is home on a
short furlough. ; He is stationed at
Bremerton. He Is visiting; employes
of the Standard Oil company and bis
mother, Mrs. Ana MV Walker, who
has four sons in the army and nary.
A New Stock of Pathe Record
Just received. Hear them played
on the Brunswick phonograph. At
For the V. AY. J. Al
. The Superfluity shop will continue
Its benefit sale today in raisins:
funds to aid the Y. W. C. A. national
war. work council. A special sale
of cooked food will be made. Nearly
every article in the shop will be re
duced in prlc a a closlnc- out sale.
The complete proceeds of the week
business will augment the Y. W. C.
A, fund. , . ': i :- .
Safety First r
Put Itle Kle Winter Fluid In yonr
radiator and keep It from freezing.
Watt Shlpp Co.
Vancouver License Iwiaed
' A marriage license was Issued yes
terday at Vancouver, Wash, to Olaus
Slrerson, 37 years old. of! Portland,
and Miss Sadie Bowen, 24 years old.
of. Salem. ; i
Military Tourney Coming
Company A high school cadets,
will gice a' military tournament at
the armory March 15. They will be
assisted by members of Hal Hibbard
post. United Spanlih . War veterans,
and members of Sedgwick post, G. A.
R. Contests will be held between
different divisions!; of the company.
Also some military ceremonies will
be on the program. ,
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Cct rrcc Catalogue ., i ?.
"Agents wanted for imoccu-
pied terricor '
' Ortfon Distributer !
- Phone 968
21 N. Commercial St -
Diseases of Women and Nervous Diseases
500 United States National Bank Building
Salem, Oregon T
'r A new stock of Pathe records.
Ifear them played on the Brunswick
phonograph. At Hamilton's.
Willamette Student Party
A student body meeting of Wil
lamette university' students was held
Friday morning to formulate plans
for the post-exams Jnbileee which
will be February 8. at the gymnasi
um. Miss Lola Cooley was appoint
ed chairman or the affair.
Nominating Petitions T '
printed to comnlr with ail AmmA.
tor state, and county offices, at
Statesman Publish In Company, (up
.Matthews Got to Hubbard
Professor J. T. Matthews of the
Willamette university, appeared in
the -community lyeeum course given
at Hubbard on last night. He chose
as his subject "Jacob' Dreams."
investigation of the system by the
commission. The order is now ef
fective. It has been in use since
Ilean Afdrfn to 8 peak
Dean Alden of Willamette uni
versity bas received notice of being
placed on the Albany public library
course, for a lecture to be given
February 22 in Albany.
Ill Company FUew '
Supplementary articles of lncora
tion were filed In the office of Cor
poration Commissioner Schulderman
yesterday by the Grant Smith. Por
ter, Guthrie company of Portland,
capitalized at $500,000. The firm is
a shipbuilding and operating con
New Postcard Arrive
Postmaster Huckesteln announces
that a supply of the new 2-cent post
cards arrived at the Salem postofflce
yesterday. There had beeen some
delay in the arrival of the new cards
and it is said to be a difficult matter
for outlying points to obtain them.
J. E. Pibura and wire oX San Fran
cisco are guests of the Argo hotel.
J. C. Allen and wife from near
Gervais are stopping at the Argo.
C. H. Olmstead of Dallas Is at the
F. J. Scott of Cbemawa Is at the
L. D. Rnch of Independence is a
guest of the Bllgh hotel.
A. G. Mink of Seattle is registered
at the Bligh.
J. A. C. Freund. J. Parker. C. R.
Train, Frank Hiuck, James McGuire
and Joe F. Jamison of Portland are
registered at the Bllgh.
W. F. Welsner and wife of Los An
geles are guests of the Hotel Bligh.
J. L. Amort of Shaw la at the
Frank Parks, Paul Sullivan, II. A.
Bruce and F. A. Ford of Portland
are registered at the Hotel Marlon.
,W. A. Grace Is here from Seattle,
registered at the Marion hotel.
Frederick W. Peabody, of Boston.
Mass., Is a guest of the Hotel Marlon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennison and
W. P. Smith of Grants Pass are at
the Marion. i
W. W. Warnott of St. Louis is
stopping at the Malron hotel.
J. A. Graham of San Francisco is
a guest of the Hotel Marlon. 1
E. M. Stoker of Los Angeles is at
the Marion hotel.
Mrs. Leon a Gordon left Thursday
for Denver. Colo., where she will
spend the winter with relatives.
Mrs. B. Wood worth and daughter
Arvilla, of Lyons, recently moved to
Salem, where they will live this
Mis Helen Hunt of Shaw returned
to her home Thursday, after having
spent the week at the home of Miss
Mrs. M. J. Petzel and her brother,
Theo. M. Barr, recently left Salem
for De Witt. Towa,' where they will
spend several1 months visiting with
friends. " s :-; .:
J. K Sears of McCoy was a busi
ness visitor In Salem Friday. 1
Tr. W. li.' Holloway of Dallas spent
Thursday In Salem.,
Karl B. Kn gel of Dallas was in
J. C. McElroy returned to Port
land Friday after having spent a few
days in Salem, r
CCT THIS OCT IT IS WORTH
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with five cents to Foley
I & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago,
111., writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive In return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and ' Tar Compound, for
coughs, colds and eroup. Foley Kid
ney Pill and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. J. C. Perry.
Depot Foundation About
Ready (or Superstructure
' The recent Inclement weather has
had the effect of slowing up the
work of constructing the new pas
senger station of the Southern Pa
cific company, but the concrete
foundations are about ready for tho
erection of the superstructure, and
give some faint idea of the beauty of
the new edifice, after it is completed.
The character of the building it
self, a style of architecture entirely
different from anything- in the city.
M!r. Mathews Is In Salem
Mrs. R. L. Mathews of Everett
Washington. Is In Salem this week
visiting her husband. Coach Mathew?
athletic director In Willamette unl
From Stolas and McNary ranch, for
sale. Frultland Nursery sales yard,
corner High and Ferry streets.
Will .Tate Training Course
: Miss Bertha Clark will leave this
week for Pasadena, Calif., where she
will enter the Pasadena hospital fo
training. En route to nucena shx
will visit for a few, days with he
brother, Edward Clark, who Is sta
tioned in the navy at Mare Island.
Calif. She also will epnd a fr
iays In San Fernando, visiting at the
home of. her sister.
Story Hour Today
Groop of Japanese stories will b"
told this morning at. the public li
brary, continuing the series of folk-1
stores from foreign lands. Th
stories will be the "Luck I'nr.r"
nd ''Sukenao, the Sword Smith
Ih two tory hours will be held at
9;30 and 10:30.
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More Rate Saspende4-w' 1
The air-line rates of the Northwest
Long Distance Telephone company,
known as the Home company, were
suspended by the publie service com
mission yesterday pending further
In Old Sacks
If you. have old sacks
lying ( around the prem
' ises you-11 lose money if
you don't rather them
up and bring. them to us.
Every cent counts now
adays. Sacks are in de
mand. Ton can.' make ex
tra money by bringing
them to us.
We buy more and pay
WESTERN JUNK COMPANY
Corner of Center and N.
Commercial Streets, Sa
706 and 808
Boys must have note to
sell Junk. '
unless it be the new supreme coutt
building, which it will greatly resem
ble in its outward appearance, will
change the landscape In the neigh
borhood of South Twelfth street, and
other new buildings in contempla
tion will have settings that will make
the whole district one of the beaut7
spots of Salem.
W ells' Ruling Directed ;
Against Enemy Espionage
Until the Oregon Insurance rating,
bureau is in possession of the name
of the person or concern wishing the
Information, it is to give out no in
formation relative to shipyards or
other manufacturing plants In Ore
gon. This is by direction of State
Insurance Commissioner Harvey
Wells. It Is believed that enemy es
pionage has spread to the state and
the ruling Is directed against that
menace. The commissioner further
orders that no insurance survey
copies or other Information relative
to industrial plants shall be sent out
of the state except with the approval
of his department.
A WORI TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. K. J. Bedard, Cowich. Wash.,
says: "Foley's Honey and Tar is the
best I ever used. I always keep a
bottle In the house for children. A
quick cure for coughs and colds." It
heals raw, Inflamed surfaces, loosens
phlegm,7 eases hoarseness and diffi
cult breathing. checks racking
coughs. J. C. Perry.
Little Damage to Fruits by
Weather Expected by
Speaking of ?the present cold snap
and the fall of saow Thursday night,
11. S. G lie says that' In his opinion
very little damage, if any, has been
done to the loganberry vines In the
valley, or the prunes and apples, al
though a sudden colder snap of
weather would probably entail much
loss in case moisture gathered and
froze on the limbs of fruit trees.
"Growers are always panicky
about this season of the year, but
they generally find that, except in
extreme cases, nature will take care
of the fruits, large or small," he
continued. "The short crops of fruits
last year were due to other cause
than cold weather, although in some
parts of the valley cold weather, add
ed to an unusually beavy fall of rain,
did much damage to prunes in some
sections of the valley, while the long
drouRht of later spring and innjmer
did the rest.
"Barring any unforeseen and sud
den changes, I look forward to a
very large crop of all kinds of fruit
for 1918, and I know that many hun
dreds of acres of loganberry vines
have already been contracted by
growers in excess of last rear.
"Growers ot other fruits, both
large and small, as well as vegeta
bles of every . description, I under
stand, are making arrangements for
bumper crops already contracted for
with the various factories.
"So far as the Pheasant Northwest
Products company's output is con
cerned, I shall be greatly disappoint
ed If we do not more than doubla,
our business for the current year.";
Lay-off of Half Day Each
Week for Assistance of Food
In compliance with their - policy
of cooperation with the national food
administration and with the Salem
Commercial club In Its efforts to See
that the food rules aro enforced in
Marlon county, operators of Salem
meat markets have agreed to close
their places of business at noon on
Tuesdays of each week, opening
ajraln on Wednesday mornings. Lat
er it is possible that the shops will
be closed all day on Tuesdays.
Salm butchers are the first In
the state to" take this step. Those
who are familiar with the require
ments of the food administration be
lieve the plan will later be adopted
generally In Oregon.
Moore and Connor Oat "
ior Clerk's Job in Polk
DALLAS. ; Or., Feb, l. fSpclal
to The Statesman.) iG-eoHge Con
ner, a prominent citizen of the Per
rydale community and one of the
best known men throughout the
county, has announced that he will
become a candidate for the orfice of
county clerk on the Republican tick
et at the coming primary election.
Anotherfaspirant.for .the. position Is
Floyd p. Moore, who ' for the past
several year has been rural school
supervisor for Polk" county. The race
between; the two men promises to be
one of the warmest witnessed in po
litical circles in years.
Widely Known Sportsman
Buys Business of Astoria
Mark! Siddall. one of the, moKb
widely known sportsmen In the state
and who has long made his residence
In Salem. has removed 'tp Astoria
where he has purchased the business
Jr j a-tr aim r ill 1 1 I, 1
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THESE are Loth Jesiral.le things;' to " FiaVe at a l.ipr,
Ktrong scrviccaMe bank like the UNITED STATE3
NATIONAL. So, lirlieti yuu '.oioii a Coiinnm ial or even
Saviiiffs account lire jou train much mo- than safety
for your money ami convenience for yourself,
We welcome accounts of all sizes and pa
trons of all classes.
MEMBER OP FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
of the Astoria Sports company. Ho
will carry sporting good and auto
Mr. Slddall will be missed keenly
in Salem because of his afruiallom
with the Capital City Rod & Gm
club of which he Is an officlaL- I fa
Is a frequent prize, winner in shoots
in all parts of the state,andrecently
represented - the club in California
shoots, lie declares that he will
continue active in this sport after
going to Astoria.
Mr. SUldall also has been one of
the leading spirits in the promotion
of a fish hatchery on the Sintiam
and was Instrumental In getting- the
needed legislation, appropriating
$10,000 for the purpose, through the
last legislaure. He says his removal
to Astoria will not cause him to quit
working for the hatchery and that
be hopes to see It an early realiza
tion. ' . - -
Mr. Slddall has property Interests
In Salem. He owns the plant of tbv
Sn1m Fuel varria which la leased. He
expects later to change the location
of the business he bas bought in
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Ira Martin Appointed
on State Parole Board
; Governor Wlthycombe T yesterday
announced the appointment of Ira
Martin as a member of the state J
parole board to take the place of j
ter. Jamea Eltln, pending Mr. I
Vin's return from France, where '
has gone to enter upon, war Y..
C. A. work. . Mr.. Martin Is one
the chaplains at the penitent:
He Is of the Christian Science r
suasion and makes. trips to the j
on each month from his hor
Portland. For several montlia
has been interested In prison n
He will probably attend the nice:
of the board next week. -
IIMbiif 'Kerr. Farm Si-..
rlilMcry, Tlw Hmrmtmt, Wmgw
V. X. OODKT The AmrUmm-tr,
l'hae SIO r Bit
W. & B.
Every Saturday Night
ECONOMY and QUALITY RULE
' We aim to furnish you with the best possible in staple
and fancy groceries, at the most economical prices possible.
Our stock is of the highest quality. Give us a trial.
THE STORE OF SERVICE
POISAL & SHAW
1199 South Commercial Street
SUBSTITUTES for PURE
BRAN COOKIES, OATMEAL COOKIES, COEN COOKIES,
YouTl find these products delicious and the food variety
will add zest to your appetite and improve your health. Eat
them and save wheat. ; Don't forgret PEERLESS .BREAD,
".The Bread with the Home-made Taste."
170 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
But order early that you may not be disappointed.
The Food Administration has ordered us to sell at tho ratfciof 17
pounds of flour substitutes with every 49 pound . &a;k af whe.-it
flour. We are complying with this order and ask jour rhrrfut
cooperation. We carry a full line of substitutes for.whoat flour,
barley, barley flour, buckwheat fiour, corn flour, corn iiw.il, hom
iny, grits oat flour, rolled oats, corn starch, rice and rlca flour,
The Court St. Grocer