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THE OREGOX STATESMAN: M'MUY, Jt'XF. .10, 101H.
SEE WELL AND
Glasses Will Protect Vo. t
CROOK'S LENSES FOR SUMMER WEAR
We Have Them
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Crr 8ta mm
DR. BUBDETTE, Optometrist
OREGON State ''street near
O. E. depot. Home of Artcraft
and Paramount pictures.
"His Own Home Town" with
State street. J High class reels.
Ambassador Gerard's "My
Four Years in Germany."
BLIGH State between Lib
erty and High. Mutual and
Bluebird films. Special films.
Farmetra Brlnjc Your Wheat ;
To Pratum Flour Mills and set
your flour on exchange. W. B. Mc-CaHister;
; CITY NEWS
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Judge Stephen J. Chadwick, ac
copanied by Mrs. Chadwick and their
, daughter Elizabeth, former Salem
people, hare been in the city attend
"""ng the home-coming celebration.
They arriTed Friday In their motor
-car and are passing Sunday with
ital street. judge Chadwick is a
member of t'ho Washington supreme
Jlome Racing July -Instate
Ranch Goes Overseas
Lieutenant Cloyd Rauch left Camp
Lewis June 20. on an oversea order
and with his battalion has been pass
ing . through Canada. His family.
Mrs. Rerina Long Rauch and their
two children. Mary Ashby and
Claud Dixon, Jr.. hare returned to
Salem and are at -their home, 1680
Fir strcjet. Accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Mary A. Long. Mrs.
Rauch and her children hare been
in Tacoma for six months, While
there they were with Mr. Rauch's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rauch.
Little Claude Rauch was born in Ta
Homo Racing July A
State Fair Grounds.
WHJES IX IALEM, OBEUOS
"A Horn Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1.00 Par ty
tee RMaaa mt 8114 Oaaafart
Only Hotel in Business District
Will Beat far the Saaaaaer ,
My Six-Room. Well-Furnished,
At Agrate Reach, near Newport Or .
Lrre fireplace, delightful bathing,
wonderful view, running water.
Address MISS it. V. UESTEK.
C83 E. 8th St. Portland, Oregon.
Oregon Taxi & Baggage Co.
Try our Checking' System on
Baggage. Claim Checks for every
parcel handled. j
Welch Electric Co.
220 N. Com.
Diseases of Women and
' Nervous Diseases
SOI United States National Bank
Building. Salem, Oregon . .
We will pack, more or store
your goods and guarantee sat
isfaction. Rate on Eastern Shipments
Piano lloYhvg and Out of Town
1 WOOD AND COAL
457 State Street.
Utest style, in Mountings
Hats Of All Kind
For men and vomeii. cleaned
blocked. Panamas bleached. Good
work. C H. Ellsworth. 495 Court.
Cherrians V11l Forces Trip
uast night at a meeting of the
Chertans at the Commercial club
the matter of the proposed trip to
Astoria to witness the launching of
one of the big ships, was discussed
in detail. was finally desided that
on account of the stress of war ac
tivities and the many demands upon
the organization, the project would
be abandoned. In lieu ofthis if was
proposed that an elaborate function
be staged at the fair grounds on the
evening of July 4th, to include a
program of music and a dance.
Horse Racing July 4
State Fair Grounds.
Good Record for North Howell
In addition to its liberal subscrip
tion to war funds. North Howell has
done its duty in furnishing soldier
material. Those who have gone
from that section to the service are:
Ben Woelke. Chester Jefferson. Carl
Wanner, Albert Wanner, Carl Mick
elsonJoe Reznicsek, Frank Woelke.
In addition to these the following
leave soon J William Fitzke. Andrew
Russ, Oscar Howard, Floyd McCar-
rol, Robert Hatison.
Home Racing July
State Fair .Groun
Receive a Gift Watch
Gustav Anderson, who will leave
this morning for military training in
Vancouver, Wash., was presented
with a watch yesterday at Hunt
Brothers cannery, from the em
ployes He has been acting as fruit
receiver there.. Mr: Anderson be
came popular with more than 300
workers during the noon hour when
he Jed the pinging of "America" and
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Home Raring July 4
State Fair Grounds,
IU HKLSOX hYERSEAS
Allen II udelson is another Salem
man to arrive safely overseas and is
already to hang- the Huns. He is a
soirof A. It. Hudelson, civil War vet
eran, and the announcement of his
safe arrival is contained In a letter
to his father.
Big Jitney fancv
Kvenine of July 4 at State Fair
Ulsley Won't Accept
Johix F. Risley, whose office is
in the Broadway building, Portland.
refuses to accept the Democratic
nomination for representative in the
TRACY WOOD CO.
Will supply your wants in all
kinds of wood.
16 inch Green Slabwood at
$3.00 per load.
Aa4 All Kl4a mt Sat Ha a
Fall Market Frla SpeeUl
Fricea mmlt far Saefca
Gat mmr prtrrm befaa ymm en
TUB PEOPLES Jl'KK at D
S71 1. Cmtm'i St. Phmmm TS4
I WANT SACKS AND
I pay the highest cash price.
Before you sell get my prices.
I also buy all kinds of second
hand furniture and junk.
THE CAPITAL JUNK
Til Square Deal House.
271 Chemeket St. Phone 308
Webb & Clotfs
Corner Court and High Xta.
PHONS 120 Night or Day J
.. -m m mMHBjHu
HATCH At the Salem hospital
shortly after midnight, this morn
ning. Mrs. Xleorge Hatch, aged
about 50 years.
The deceased had been a resident
of Salem many years, her husband,
who passed away tl elve months ago.
having been well known as a" mall
carrier. Mrs. Hatch's death followed
by, only a few months that of her
daughter. Alice. Her only living rel
atives are a sister and a nephew,
John .Farrar, assistant postmaster,
both living in Salem. .
Mrs. Hatch has been ill for some
time, but her death came suddenly,
probably from heart failure.
Funeral arrangements will be In
charge of the Terwillliter Funeral
home and the date for interment will
be announced later.
McLeod In Salem. Friday, Juno
2S. 191R. at 2608 Hazel avenue, Mrs.
Dora McLeod. at the age of 56 years.
She was the wife or M. S. McLeod.
A son, Alva P. McLeod, is In the
army at Fort McDowell. A daugh
ter Mrs. Mary Ferrell lives in Port
land. Mrs. Retta Temberton of, Sa
lem is a sister.
The funeral will be held tomorrow
morning from the Highland Friends
church with Rev. Mrs. Josephine
Hockett and Rev. H. E. Pemberton
conducting the services. Interment
will be in Jason Lee cemetery under
the auspices of the Terwilliger home.
legislature. Mr. Risley's name was
written by a sufficient number of
Democrats to nominate him, and fol
lowing the official canvass of the
vote Secretary of State Olcott mailed
Mr. Risley a certificate of nomina
tion. He returned the certificate
Saturday with information that he
does not care to accept. ,
With Our Complete Equimnent
Refined services and latest metb
oda of embalming, 'twill be a ''funer
al beautiful." Webb Clough Co.
Rig Jitney Dance ,
Evening of July 4 at State Fair
Yador INrch Shades
Cool your porch. They admit the
air but turn the sun and heat. Sold
by Hamilton's Furniture Store.
Big Jitney Danoo
Evening of July 4 at State Fair
Vudor Iordi Shades
Are seir-veirtilatlng. They aro
the best screen tor sleeping porches
because they shut out the view from
without yet admit of lots of pure air.
Dr. Fred Kills Will
In Portland attending the State
Dental convention July 1, 2 and 3.
His office will be closed.
TUN Is Vacation Time
And consequently kodak time. We
carry the famous "Vulcan Films"
and Defender photo supplies made by
the Eastman Kodak Co. Get your
supplies here before starting tor
your summer outing. Brewer Drug
Co., Court street at Liberty.
Tooae To Re InltUled
At the meetinr of the Salem FUi
Tuesday nljtht of this week. Captain
Walter 1 Tooze. Jr.. who is in com
mand of the federal training camp at
Corvallls, will be Initiated.
Between Salem and Warnnda. one
wool ingrain rug. H.eturn to C. L.
Stiff & Son for reward.
Clearance sale commences inn-
day. U0 to $12 hats reduced to i&
and $7: $5 to $8.50 bats reduced to
-j n mnA 11 SO. Kverv hat in stock
reduced proportionately. The French
hnn hi mine-Morrison. ax a
High' St. Masonic Temple.
Between Salem and Waconda. one
wool Ingrain rug. Return to t. u
Stiff St Son for reward.
1 Irlrf llrtHH''
In all or Its apoplntments Is what
we offer for the use of our patrons.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Terwilliger,
Funeral Directors. 770 Chemeketa
St. Phone 72 4.
Arm Yon Stndvinir
The Siens of the Times? Hear
about them this' evening at the First
rvajl Aviator Had Aunt II
Th. statesman of veBterdar morn
ing contained an Associated Press
dispatch from I Mount Clemens,
Mirh announcing the accidental
death there on ; Friday of Lieuten
ant Raymond Tempieton or l'enaie
tnn Ho was killed with a eomitan
ion flyer, when their machine went
into a tail spin and fell to the earth,
in flames. The dead aviator had an
aunt In Salem, sister to his father.
Mrs. A. C. Hausman. of 702 North
Fourteenth street. Mrs. Hautman
has a nhotoeranh of her neohew.
taken recently in his uniform. He
enlisted at Chicaeo. where he had
been worklnr with the Ford people
as an automootie salesman on me
See "Pne A
amilton's. Burns coal, wood
or gas. Your old stove taken In ex
Ytiing The Home Folks
Dr. A. II. Byars (Fredl, whose
home Is at San Diego, but who is
for the time being Captain A. II
Ryars. Medical Reserve Corps. Camp
Fremont. Palo Alto, and will no
doubt be 'somewhere In France, is
visitlns at the home of his parents
General and Mrs. W. II. Ryars, North
Commercial street, and will be In
this section for about a week, bav
ins a leave of absence for ten days.
He will ro home with his brother.
Will F. Byars. who is also a visitor
at the paternal home, and who is
in the abstract business at Golden
dale, Wash., having formerly been
If you are in favor of "Win
rune the War." vou certain! v are!
in favor of protecting your family.
Vou may Ih ratr as a first
class man while alive if w vou
certainly wish to he well sfHikcii
of after death.
"If" your life is adequately in
Mirrtl. you can rest ca.sv.
Call today at the
The Mutual Life
371 State St.
the newspaper magnate of that thriv
ing vtasnington city.
For furniture store wanted ex
perienced man No other need apply.
E. L. Stiff & Son, 446 Court street.
Kven numbers on Monday, Wed
nesday. Friday and Sunday. Odd
numbers on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat
urday and Sunday.
F. ven numbers are on south and east
side of street. Odd numbers are on
north and west side of street.
Hamilton Will Take Your
Old furniture for new.
The Industrial Normal
Will continue through. the sum
mer. Classes will be formed in sten
ography, typewriting, bookkeeping,
etc. Also In many of the higher
branches for teachers. Address J.
J. Kraps. Salem, Oregon.
Important business will ho trans
acted at meeting Tuesday July 2nd.
ou are urgea to De present.
Make f 100,000 Club
rolnts, the official naner issued
to the agents of the Mutual Life In
surance Co.. of N. Y has just been
received by J. F. Hutchason. the
company's Dist. Manager for Mar
lon county. Mr. Hutchason learns
that he was one of the four men in
Oregon who made the $100,000
Field Club. This club will not hold
an annual meeting this year on ac
count of having 'donated an ambul-
lance to the Red ., Cross work In
France. Mr. Hutchason states that
he is proud of the club's decision
and gladly donates his share or the
Field club benefits in order that an
ambulance can be placed and main
tained for the da ration "of the war.
and only regrets thai he cannot win
more honors that could be devot
ed to the same good purpose.
Yudor Porch Shades
Are the licst. No pulleys to get
out of order. Sold by Hamilton.
See The MiHlon ltctiire
At the First Congregational church
Every Hat IV?riuced
My Semi-annual clearance sale of
fers you any hat In the store at
startling reduction. Soothing reserv
ed. Sale starts Tuesday. Come
early. The French Shop. M. Buffe-
Morrlson. 115 N. High street. Ma
An opportunity to do your pointing economically
in all colors
per gallon and up
Your house will deteriorate if not painted. You cannot afford
to neglect it, with paint at these prices. Come in and let us
show you our assortment of colors and kinds.
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
333 State Street
Lady's second-hand Mcycle; good
shape, with carbide lamp and pump.
See A. J. Dasey. 91 S. Capltot
Saja Charity Won't Work
Attorney Carey F. Martin tells
this story on himself: A very poor
family had been disappointed In a
place to pick loganberries and their
would-be friends prevail upon Mar
tin to make room for the family at
his ard. To do this he had In go to
some trouble and eipcnue and trans
fer one of his 1'ortland families to a
ne!:hWs yard. When he had com.
pleted the transfer and came hack
after the first family thr had chang
ed their mind and gone away to an
other yard. Net result: loss of hair
a day's time. In the heat and dust,
and much gasoline burned, one fam
ily short on pickers at Martin yard
all for charity. Mr. Martin says that
people engaged In charity rind this
condition all the time. IJttle de
pendence can be placed upon people
who are the subjects or charity and
that there is no such thing as grati
tude among them, and these very
things are the ones that make them
subjects or charity.' This incident
also explains why many growers
must engage larger crews than they
need in order to be sure of any pick
Dr. O. I Scott. Oilropract'
Office closed till Monday, July 8.
during my visit to Tacoma, Wash.
Fine Racing Events Arranged
While the regulation Fourth -of
July celebration will not be staged
In Salem, there will be some features
or the regular program at the fair
ground next Thursday. A series of
four horse races has been arranged,
to begin at 1 o'clock In the after
noon. These will Include a free-for-all
trot and free-for-all pace. Some
of the fastest horses on the circuit
are among the twenty entries and
some very pretty speeding Is booked.
The track has been put In first-class
condition for the event. In addition
to the races there will be a jitney
dance at Machinery hall In the even
ing. Morning and Evening
English classes. under Miss
Graham begin July 1. Phone 1403W.
To attain a del iff ht fill com
plexion all that is necessary
is proper care, and the avoid
ing of those preparations
which harm the skin.
Schaefer's Face Cream
Through the pores it brings
out the clogged waste mat
ter, allowing the skin fb
hrcathc the natural j 'pnre
hreathing bringing a ruddy
glow to the face. There is
no complexion equal to a
Two sizes, 25c and U-V.
135 K. Commercial St.
Marriage Lic-emr !
The county clerk's office report
the Unuance of tk following car
riage licenses: John C Rraawell
of llaUey and Laura R. Tertian of
Salem; raul F. MrClellanJ of West
Stanton and Geneva Irene Hay or
North Santlam; Joseph H. Whitby
and Mary Louisa Crown, both of
Paint Insures your Roofs, Hop Houses, Prune Driers,
etc., against fire and moisture. $125 per gallon.
W.J.Porter ' 4S5 Court Street
If the Spine Is Right the Man Is Right
CHIEOPEACTIC is a scientific method of restoring- normal
health conditions hy relieving trunk nerve pressure, which is
the cause of most of the diseases of the body. Perfect align
ment of the vertebrae means perfect health. .
The qualified Chiropractor detects and corrects the slightest
deviation from the natural position of any of the bones of the
Chiropractic is based on natural laws, requiring an intimate
knowledge of Anatomy and efficient analysis of the spine.
Dr. O. L. SCOTT,
Roonu 40O-7-8, U. 8. National Dank DnildlnS.
Office Phono 87. Residence Phone 827-It
25 CHEAP TENTS
Also Camp Stoves
and Camp Furniture
E. L. STIFF & SON
You should have jour Dental Work done here and done right
We buy teeth by the thousand.
We buy Dental Gold by the Pound.
We buy All Our Materials in Quantity.
All our operations are on a large scale.
We operate many offices from New York to California,
Washington and Oregon. '
We do not do dental work at a loss, but we do do it at a
much lower price than other dentists have to charge to break
even. The reason is that our dental supplies cost us much less
and our operating expenses are much lower by reason of the
volume of our business. You get the benefit in lower prices
for Super Dentistry dental work of the very highest order
the work of experts licensed dentists who are specialist in
one particular branch of the science of dentistry.
Reduced Prices for Dental Work till August 1st
NO WAITS NO DELAYS
NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY
PAINLESS PARKER DENTIST-
STATE AND COMMERCIAL
si Cheap tents, camp
fonUore. etc. it 11 L Stiff A Son s
4 ! Court street.
Io Yca Seed fbeertng !?
Co to the First Coerregatioaal
churrh this moraine and bear about
the Good Cheer Meaaata.
Teeth Pulled Free When Plates are