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THE OREGON STATESMAN : WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 27, 1018
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The presttee and the assurance
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HARTMAN BROS. 1 CO.
JKWEU51W AND OITICIAXS
Stat and liberty Street.
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OREGOX State-street near
0. E. depot. Home of Artcraft i
and Pirimoant pictures.
Douglas Fairbanks in "Headin'
4 LIBERTY L Ibcrty near I
"Hidden Pearls," with Sessue
BLIGH State between Lib
erty and High. Mutual and
Bluebird films. - Special film.
Jaae Cowl in "Spreading
Coiae Come-Coaie 4
Armory tonight. Company M con
cert tad dance. 8 o'clock sharp.
Gasoline and distillate advanced
half a cent a gallon yesterday all
oTer the coast -
Pont Forget To Order
Tour Holsum Hot-Cross buns.
Committee Meeting Called
. Frank , Davey, president of the
renti clnb. has called a meeting
Opra far alt eagrag-emeat. Hear
tbat at Aratarr every featarda?
Irfct. phonr- Sll.
yUSS RAG.VHILD JOHANSSON
V.zszg9 and Medical Gymnastic
Graduate of Sweden
Trained Nurse .
Phone 1117-455 N. Summer St.
Hours by appointment at
Saleni Velie Co., Phone 44
Welch Electric Co.
220 N. Com.
We aay the very fcl-fceat arte
tr aaaaebal4 g4m a a toala mt
O. J TT 1 Cl
171 S. CawaMrelal ft, Phaaa 7f
Used Furniture Wanted
Htcteat eaak rfea paid tf
E. L. STIFF & SON,
Phoney 941 or 608 '
Highest price paid for all kinds
V ;"r of Junk t -.-.
I CAPITAIi JtlVK m.
i 21 Chemeketa St. rhon SOS .
Vtated Sacks and Iron
Shest prices paid. Also bay
all kinds of junk.
jESTERN JUNK CO.
ft ,. Phone TOO '
Cor.'Center and Commercial St.
r ': Responsibility
pack, moTe or store
l"actiond and gnarantee 8at"
Rites on Eastern Shipments
piaao MoTtng and Out of Town
WOOD AND COAL
- ; 437 State Street,
of quality which will attach tn
aiiun. Aew KOOdg for FtPr an,l
j luiiniiiurc iui ucii
t- riUay afternoon in the rooms of the
cojjimerclanclub. at which time will
be. arranged the program of enter
tainment; for the first regular meet
ing of the club, to be held Wednes
day. April 3.
Wanted at the Oregon State
Hospital, nurses, attendants and
teamsters. Apply at office. Tele
A Few tUVpht Window Khmle at 40c
-foot shades, 45c, 50c and 65c.
Wide Fhades from $1.25 to $2.00.
Chinaware at closing out prices. Gar
den tools a specialty. J. A. Patter
son, 285 'North Commercial street.
By stipulation between the attor
neys tor the parties to the suit of J.
W. Collins against Weyl-Zukerman
& Co.. for balance due on a lot of
oatona. the defendants were given
until May 1 in which to file a bill of
exceptions to the judgment rendered
In favor of the plaintiff.
I have a $750 Singer player plana
whlfh I will sacrifice for $562. It's
an unusual bargain- a rare oppor
tunity for anvone wanting a htrh
Igrade instrument at low price. E.
u.,stirr & son. 44 6 Court St.
Tlie Cl)are R. Archerd
Implement Co. is in the market
for clover oat and vetch, and cheat
County Clerk Dover yesterday Is
sued a marirage license to Frank
Spenner. 31, of Stayton. and Mary
Van Handel. 25. of Sublimity.
Cafeteria Rapper "
At tbe Unitarian church. Friday,
March 29, beginning at 5:30 p. m.
War dishes a specialty. All friends
Triplet Born in Salem Three Roys
To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker, at
their home. 2030 Trade street, at
8:30. 8:35 and 8:40, last evening.
March 26, were born triplets; three
boys. Here's hoping that all may
be well with the new arrivals and
tire household into which they have
come. ! '
- I have a $7"50 Singer player piano
which I. will sacrifice for $562. It's
an unusual bargain a rare oppor
tunity for anyone wanting a high
grade Instrument at a low price. E.
L. Stiff & Son. 446 Court St.
-Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county offices,
at Statesman Publishing Company
Rosa Mile in FTance--
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles received
a telegram yesterday announcing the
safe arrival of their son. Koss Miies,
in France. He Is in a branch of the
Red Cross work. He started in the
rmy Y; M. C. A. division last sum
mer at Clackamas. Recently he has
been at Camp Lewis. He left the
states March 8.
Will be given away at the Com
pany M concert and dance tonight.
Armory, 8 o'clock.
In the city wil take orders for
Holsum Hot-Cross buns, be sure and
get your order In early.
Committee Meet Tonlghtg-
The war chest committee did not
meet yesterday as planned and the
meetin,"? will be held tonight in
stead, at the commercial club rooms
at '7: 30 o'clock.
Be Johnny On the Spot
At Woodry's famous spot dance
tonight i at armory and you will be
given a valuable present.
'.' n.m.l. II. ilia Ill HI-
Passion Week Services
Leslie Methodist church. Ser
mons: ' Tuesday. Dr. Avison; Wed
nesday. Professor J. T. Matthews;
Thursday. Dr. Sherwood; Friday.
Professor John O. Hall.
Mini i Marvin Speak Tonight
Mfss Cornelia Marvin will lecture
at the Sslem Public library tonight
on Russian literature. The lecture Is
one on the regular library lecture
courwe and will begin at 8 o'clock.
Readings will be given by Mrs. R.
Yon Can't Afford to Mfc
Gettng Holsum Hot-Cross buns for
Invited to Salt Lake
Warren Hunt and Mrs. Hunt have
received a letter from Mrs. Viola
Vercler Holman asking them to o
to Salt Lake City. Although tbe
offer Is. flattering Mr. Hunt said
could not consider It at the present
J '; :
Soldier Visits Mother
Elmo Wright is passingthe week
in Saiem with his mether. Mrs. 3. .
Dunlao. The young man is a solder
and arrived in Salem Saturday from
Astoria. He was transferred from
a hospital at Vancouver to Astoria,
but was given furlough on account
. SERVICE 1 VMCV U
VIK To Mn and Mra- Alfred Vick,
Tuesday, March 28, at the Deacon
ess hospital, a-daughter.
MILLS At Willamette sanatarium,
Tuesday, March 26, 1918. Mrs. W.
H. Mills, who was 29 years old.
Besides-her husband, Mrs. Mills
leaves three young children. They
are Crystal. lo y.-ars old; Dolores, 8
years old and Howard, who is 6 years
old. Her parents live in California.
The family lives at 1295 Marion
street. The funeral will be in charge
of Webb & dough and announce
ments wlirbe made later.
PRATT At-tbe home of her mother,
Mrs. Wilda Pratt, 149 Wilson
street, Tuesday. March 26, 1918.
Miss Opal Pratt at the age of 20
She leaves three sisters; Miss
Grace Pratt and Mrs. Vera Casebere
of Salem and Mis. A. Barry of
Webb & Clough are in charge of
the funeral which will be held to
morrow. NEASON In this city. March 26.
1918, Hugo Nelson, at the age of
He is survived by a sister in this
country and many relatives In Bo
den. Sweden. Friends ar-- invited
to attend the- services which will be
in the Scandinavian language, by the
Rev. Mr. Ovall. from the Terwilliger
home. 770 Chemeketa street, this
evening at 8 o'clock. Incineration
will be in Portland.
Nine patriotic women assembled
yesterday in the office of County As
sessor West and were bnsr all dav
iin addressing, quoftionaires in antic
ipation of the third xlrive for the sale
Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county "Offices,
at Statesman Publishing company
Ch arches Adopt New Time
Salem churches, by vote of the
Salem Ministerial association, will
turn their clocks ahead Saturday
night and all serviced Sunday will be
according to the government daylight
saving plan. The 'church services
will be at the regularly scheduled
hours, but 11 o'clock, for example,
will come an hour earlier than usual.
With Our Complete Equipment
Refined services and latest meth
ods of embalming, 'twill be a ''funer
al beautiful." Webb & Clough Co.
Rural Carrier Sell Stanifxi
Postmaster General A. S. Burleson
la isFuing bulletins from Washington
In which appear the names of rural
letter carriers on his roll of-honor by
selling thrift and war savings stamps.
In the bulletin dated in Washington
March 20. among l ural mail carriers,
appears the one name of W. P. Fisk.
carrier out of Sherwood, who is cred
ited with the sale of $352.28 worth
of thrift stamps.
Nominating Petition .
Printed to comply with all de
mands for state and county offices.
t Statesman Publishing company
Debate Friday Night
A debate between Puget Sound
university of Tacoma. and Willam
ette university will take place Friday
night at Waller hall, the question
to be debated upon is "Resolved,
That the United States should adopt
the New Zealand law to settle labor
disputes. The affirmative team
which was victorious In the debate
between the Pacific, university and
Willamette a few weeks ago, will
discuss the question.
The Oregon Fruit Company
Will pay cash for beans, large or
small lots. Phone 94 3.
Lecturer From Portland
Rev. H. R. Geil,' pastor of - the
Evangelical association at Milwaluk
le. Or., has begun a series of Bible
lectures at the local Evangelical As
sociation church, Seventeenth and
Chemeketa streets. Mr. Geil has
lectured In many of the Portland
churches and has a message for all
that stand for the old book, and be
lieve in its inspiration. The lectures
will be as follows: Wednesday. -The
Second Coming of .Christ." Thurs
day, "The Millennium." Friday,
"The Fifst Resurrection."
Union Meeting Tonight
Following is the program for the
Union preaching service tonight In
the Presbyterian church. Church
It it isn't right, try Schaefers
Kidney Pills. They're for the
liver as well as the Kidneys
135 N. Commercial St.
To the Boys
Willard's Society Linen, 24
sheets and 25 envelopes 25 C
Pound Society Linen, 72
Envelopes to match, pkg QC
Willard's 24 gold edged cor
respondence cards e with en
Buy some 'for yourself and
some for the soldier boy.
Court St. at Liberty
street near Chemeketa. Rev. Dr.
Holt "preaches on the topic, A Na
tion's Call to Service and to Suffer."
Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-12. I Tim.
2:1-7. Prayer for our nation and
our allies, our rulers, representa
tives, officers, soldiers and sailors;
that the highest ideals and truest
motives may govern, that courage
may be so intelligent and petserving
that the victory of good-will may
be won right speedily. - Prayer too
for our enemies that they may be de
livered from false and selfish am
bitions. OPEN NOSTRILS! END I
A COLD OR CATARRH I
S How To Get Relief When Ilead
X , and Nose are Stuffed Up. X
Count fifty! Your cold In head or
catarrah disappears. Your clogged
nostrils will open, the air passages
of your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no 7 struggling for
breath at night. .. , .
Get a small b ttle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your, druggist and apply
a little of this fragrant antiseptic
cream in your nostrils. It penetrates
through every air passage of the
head, soothing and healing the swol
len or inflamed mucous membrane,
giving you instant relief. Head
colds and catarrh yield like magic.
Don't stay stuffed up and miserable.
Relief is sure.
Mrs. A. Frykman of Portland Is a
guest of the Argo hotel.
Carl Spangle of Linnton is at the
C. W. Weider of Albany is stop
ping at the Argo.
A. Berg, T. H Cartel, H. Lewis.
Charles Howe. A. Wise, M. Griffin
and J. R. McNiener of San Francisco
are guests of the Marion.
J. L. Ackerman, E. H. Hoger, F.
D. Stephenson, G. B. Kirby. W. S.
Bauer. V. E. Rowlings, H. C. Zeh
rlng, W. F. Jeffreys, R. E. Neal and
C. H. Reade of Portland are at the
Mrs. E. R. Fechmecher and chil
dren are guests o fthe Marion from
Great Falls. Mont.
M. P. Colliton of Chicago is regis
tered at the Marlon.
M. L. Doner of Los Angeles is
quartered at the Marion hotel.
E. L. Webster of Eugene is at th?
lT. L. Upson of Corvallis Is stop
ping at the Marion.
J. A. Lowrie of Oregon City is at
Joe M. Crahane of Mill City is
cuartered at the Bligh.
W. F. Spencer of McMinnville is
at the Bligh.
J. O. Parrish and F. D. Kuhler of
Albany are at the Bligh hotel.
B. W. Peyree Is here from Mac
leav. a guest of the Bligh.
F. Dwedge of Falls City is at the
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tate of Sub
limity are at the Bligh hotel. x
Hugh R. Smith is over from Sil
verton. quartered at the Pligh.
A. E. Jepson. Clifford Harold. O.
fore. F. W. Milne, C. E. Green. C.
W. Harrison, Henry HalL.'C. D. Frx
zler, F. E. Swope and P. M. Lon?
are registered at the Bligh.
Mrs. eGoerge Clark left yesterday
for a visit In Washington. D. C.
Mrs. J. R. Hamilton and son. Jeff,
left yesterday afternoon for a visit
in Ina. 111. ...
Frank Jones has been visiting In
Gideon Stolz returned last night
from a short business trip In Port
land. Davey Files Candidacy
for Justice of Peace
Frank Davey. Republican, yester
day filed In the clerk's office his pe
tition for nomination to the office
of Justice of the peace, at the forth
coming primary election. May 17.
His petition jsays, "if nominatel
and elected to the office of Justice
of the peace, will give my undivided
attention to the duties of the office;
labor to keep down the expenses by
discouraging useless litigation; ai-
ways administering justice' without
fear or favor, treating rich and poor
alike. T pledge also a strict enforce
ment of all the laws upon the sta
tute books, and especially those for
the suppression and prevention of
the unlawful handling of liquors."
He asks to have printed on the
ballots the following: "Courtesy,
and justice alke for all. Law en
forcement without bigotry, preju
dice or oppression." ;
Hen S. Robertson of Turner yes
terday filed his petition for nomina
tion to the office of county commis
sioner at the primary election in May
pledging "to devote my time and ef-
forts toward givig the taxpayers of
Marion caunty a strict buslnss ad
ministration to the best of my abil
ity, without fear or favor or partial
ity to any community."
On the ballot he asks to have the
following printed: "Loyal support
to anything that will benefit Marion
county, locality disregarded." '
Program Is Announced
for Company M Benefit
The following will be given at. the
Company M concert and dance at the
armory tonight, beginning at 8
o'clock. Proceeds go to the mess
fund of Company M. Admission will
be 10 cents:
Stand by the Flag March
Solo Freedom For All for Ever '
J. W. Todd.
Two Minute Speech of Company M
W. A. Denton
Solo Laddie In Khaki
Medley Patriotic Airs
Solo The Hand of Hope and Glory
- Archie Smith '
Marimbophone Solo ;, ,f .
Vernon Sucks ,
Solo Somewhere in Franee
Albert Egan v
Winners of Big Prizes
at Country-Fair Announced
The first numbers io be drawn
won the prizes which were raffled
Saturday night at the Country fair
with Hal aPtton and P. T. Fullertoa
as the raffling masters. Mrs. A. L.
Wallace won the lamp with number
D-621, Miss R.uth Gibson received
the grafanola. Jp-138, and the chair
fell to J. D, AMraham of Albany.
The sale ofthe tickets brough
$130. Mrs. John Albert, Mrs.' Johr
I. Roberts. Mrs. Earl McMechan.
Mrs. Leo Page, Mrs. Claire Vibbert,
Mrs. Arthur Wallace. Mrs. L. C. Far
mer. Miss Ada Miller. Miss Ruth
Rauch. Miss Gertrude Fawk and Mis
Ava Miller composed a team cap
tained by Mrs. Walter Spaulding whe
Mrs. Withycombe Gives
Her Prize to W.R.C.
Since the beginning of war. Mr3
James Withycombe, wife cf Qovernp
Withycombe, has been active in wai
relief work. Recently Mrs. Withy
combe won a eewing machine at th'
Country fair lottery and learning o'
the need of one at the headquarter
oft he Womens Relief Corps she do
nated her gift.
With the extending of the girt
Mrs. Louise Wells, president of th'
Women's Relief Courps, was the' re
cipient of the following letter:
"My dear Mrs. Wells:
"At the Country Fair last week
was lncky enouhg to win the sewinr
machine which was offered as one o
the prizes.- Hearing that the W'o
man' sRelief corps was in need of r
machine for their Red Cross work
and being able to dispense with th'
use of It myself, I take pleasure lr
turning the machine overto youi
Harvey Cross Will Run
for Place in Legislature
Harvey E. Cross, of Oregon City,
Republican, filed his candidacy for
the lower house of the legislature
yesterday. "Business efficiency In
public affairs" is his slogan. In his
platform he says:
"I pledge my best efforts for
strict economy in public and private
affairs; uncompromising loyalty to
state and nation; national prohibi
tion and woman suffrage; better cit
izenship: better and more permanent
roads, but minimum construction
during the war; fewer laws and more
careful consideration of them; per
manent and representative arbitra
tion board for labor disputes; abol
ishment of useless commissions and
consolidation of others! along, busi
ness lines; ships, built; owners and
operated out of Oregon port, by
Oregon people; opposition to division
of Clackamas county."
Louis E. Bean, of Eugene, will not
be a candidate for the short term as
United States senator, having yester
iav hia declaration of candidacy
for representative in the legislature
from the thira aisincu
'mm clouds 1
Corner Court and High Its.
PHONE .120 Wight cr Pay J
Restricted by Order
The public service commission is
In receipt of a general order Issued
by Director General McAdoa to the
effect that no railroad extensions
shall, be made or locomotives shall
be constructed without the consent
of his office. If companies can show
that serious financial loss will re
sult unless such improvements are
made this win have an influence in
securing the director, general's ap
proval., The order allows the com
pletion of contracts begun prior to
David Craig, Known Here,
Passes Away, at Berkeley
David Craig, a former well known
resident of the Waldo Hills district
and ranch owner, died Monday at
Berkeley, Calif., following a paralyt
ic stroke. lie had been in a railroad
accident several years ago.
Mr. Craig was 63 years old. About
thirteen years ago'fce moved from
Salem to Berkeley, lie leaves a wid
ow and the following brothers and a
fister, who live in Saiem: John and
Robert Cnlg and Mrs. Asa I. Eoff.
J. M. Grant Is Again
Candidate for Sheriff
DALLAS, Or., March 26. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) -One of tbe
many surprises along political lines
came yesterday when J. M. Grant, an
ex-sheriff of Polk county, filed with
County Clerk Asa B. Robinson his
petition for the nomination for the
office of sheriff on the Democratic
ticket. Mr. Grant held the office
prior to the present sheriff, John W.
Orr. -and it was only after persistent
petitioning by his many friends
throughout the county that he con
sented to become a candidate again
for office. So far Mr. Orr Is the
only candidate on the Republican
ticket and the chances are that the
race this fall will be between the
two men. The contest promises to
be a hotly contested one'wlth neither
party having an advantage. f
Mother This is wheatless day,
MaTjorie and you must obey Mr.
Hoover and not eat any white bread.
Marjorie Yes; I have to mind
you and .Papa, and Aunt Margaret
and God and now I must mind Mr.
Hoover. I'd like to know where this
thing is going to stop.
Selma L Wallace Case
Is Reversed by Court
Judge Henry E. McGinn is re
versed and the cause remanded in
the case of Selma I Wallace ; vs.
Portland Railway, Light & Power
company by the supreme court. In an
iTiinlon by Justice Burnett yesterday.
The circuit court was reversed" for
rror in allowing the jury to con
sider testimony offered for the pur
ose of showing loss of the service
-f an unborn child as the result of
i street car accident.
The suit was instituted by the
-dalntiff, Selma L. Wallace, to col-
!st - riamncoa for nemonal Inluries
alleged to have been received while
ihe was alighting from a car at Hall
md Eleventh streets in Portland on
May 8. 1915. She claimed that the j
ar was violently Jerked and that she
No Questions Asked
The Clilropractor by aimply examining the vertebrae of the Spin
al column is able to diagnose your trouble to name the ailment'
from which yon are uf ferimr. He doe not need to ask you the
symptoms. He knows the same cause producee the same l reault
(the ailment.) By removing; the cause by-adjustment, health Is
restored. - i ' ' '
DR. O. L. SCOTT, D. C.
CHIROPRACTIC SPINOLOGIST. P. 8. C. GRADUATE.
I'. S. National Hank Building. Rooms 46-7-t Salem. Oregon
Office Phone 87. Iteaidence Phone 828-IL
Remember the Third Liberty Loan
N April 6th . . ;
We are headquarters for all kinds of Building Material. ,
We have the largest stock of builders' hardware, in Salem '
including Butts, Ornamental Hinge3, Door Bells, Window,,
Catches, Drawer Pulls, House Numbers, Strap Hinges,
Hinges, Mortise Locks, Rim Locks, Barn Door Hangers and.
Track, Nail3, Staples, Screws, Files and a nice assortment
of the tost make of Tob .
Special on Glass Knobs. Come and see them ; 2
"EVERYTHING IN BUILDING MATERIAL"
Third Liberty Loan Drive
Falls Gity Salem
A. B. Kelsay, Manager
was thrown to the" ground and In
jured so that the premature birth of
a child resulted and that her injuries
were the cause of the child's death.
In answering the defendant asserted
that Mrs. Wallace was iniured by
her own negligence in alighting from
the car before It had stopped. She
feued for1 a total of $21,000. and a
jury In Judge McGinn's court al
lowed her $5000. The street car
"All Colors Silk Hosiery
New Shipment Just "in
SHIPLEY j r; "vj.
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"A Home Away from Home."
Btrletly Modern ft.00 Per Day
lee Raa f Sail Cmrar
Only Hotel in Business District
VSK 1JUTTKK CX'P
OH 4 C BITTER
Take no ubitute. Once used al
ways used. If your grocer doesn't
hanril it, mil for It at
CAPITAL fiTV ' CO-OPKHATIVE
REASONABLE MODERN 5-rootl
Bungalow, gas and wood range In
cluded, built in buffet, fire place,
large bathroom,, living room, bed
rooms, etc.. Extra large porch. Yard.
Easy' Walking Distance. Terms.
4-year old HoNtein. Will
" freshen In about four . wwks.
This Is a good one. Irice
HfihL See AVoodry the Auc
tioneer. ' " PHONE 51 0 or Bil.
Diseases of Women and
606 United States National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon
Commences April 6.. Be There
349 South Twelfth
Cow f or Sale