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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1918)
The government has removed the restrictions on the sale o
platinum. Our large line of beautiful Platinum, Gold and
Diamond Jewelry is open for your inspection. We will be
pleased to show it to you.
HAETMAN BEOS. CO.
W. W.jCmr Slat LI, t.
THE OltEOOX STATESMAN! THURSDAY, XOVEMBEn 2S, 1018.
a" ' '"" . ai ' mmk. At Armnrr 1 " i '
ifT X" : . niFTl the tiiaxksgivixq turkey ,sracs
u r luaigm ai p. m. i i 1 1.
Ellxabeth Ellen Miller has been
appointed administratrix of the es
tate of Henry Schmidt, who died in
October. 1916. D. D. Socolcfsky. M.
J. Cemlk and Hazelle Gearhart were
CITY NEWS ' I
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' Buyers and warehouses at the fol
lowing points: Silverton, Mt. Angel,
Cerrsls. Brooks, Chemawa and Salera
(Rytn building). Earl Wood, Sil
itrton, Oregon. -f .
Children Chen fiuartlUiv
Josephine Snyder has .'been ap
pointed guardian of Melvln. Carl,
Xtnhall and Jcanette Snyder. C.
H. ,Mckf i07 Vlck and Alfred
Tick are to act as appraisers of the
tittte which they Inherit.
AtMclry Saturday Night
A masquerade dance for the bene
fit of our boys In France. Come and
take a chance. For lunch, we servi
punch and hot roast chicken.
Big dance tonight at 7 p. m.
Will Attend Conference
Dean George H. Alden and Presi
dent Carl G. Doney of Willamette
university will attend the annual
conference of presidents and facul
ties of independent colleges In Ore
gon to be held at Newberg Friday
and Saturday. Dean Alden is to
speak on "Chingcs in Curricula Due
to the War."
Get them at the Statesman Job of-
vuiog on application
Bance for S. A. T. C. Boys
me entertainment committee of
he local branch of the National
Leamte of War Mothers will give a
dance at the Masonic temple on De
cember 7 for Uje boys In the S. A. T.
C. at Willamette university.
Mon.tjr Tire Shop '
Home of the famous Gate Half
Sole man has moved Into larr-r
HOUCK At her home, 1710 Mission
street, Mrs. Martha Houck. Tues
day night. November 26, 1818, at
the age of 63 years.
She is survived by four daughters.
Mrs. Ada Hatop of Salem. Mrs. Edna
Martin of Butte, Mont., Mrs. Olive
Lacox of Anaconda, and Mrs. Jessie
Kenney of Anaconda. The funeral
will be held Saturday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Arrangements aie In
charge of Webb & ( lourh.
Thanksgiving Is only one-half ob
served when the turkey Is absent
from the dinner meal, with its highly j
flavored cloud of steam and sundry
tantallxlag odors trailing In its wake.
The turkey Is first in the hearts of
his countrymen earing the holiday
However, not every turkey Is fit
for king or a feast; as a turkey Is
jonly a turkey when It Is In proper
quarters jusi across tne street from ! three brothers. Earl. Chester
us rormer location. Tne new quar-1 John of Albanv Ths defied for
mers are Just south of the Capital i merty attended Salem h'rh school.
Journal office. There are three where rbe had a wide tire: of
Montgomery s In the tire shop, the . friends. The funeral services will
liOXO At the family home, eight condition ancf Tirnnrl rnnlrH
if.?. V! 'a::- Some people will buy turkey.
day. November 27. 1 dl s. arter ajaDJr COBt or ,n condition. Just so
year's Ulnes. they are getting a turkey seems to be ,
She is the daughter of Mr and 'all they are after. Off to market or to '
Mrs. S. O. In of Albanv. She is ih. .,. i iv . i w..
. SUJ DIVIO IUII WILU SB. UUKC U mW.ltT'
ket hung on their arm, and there
't s wniauii eu
Long of Albany;
survived by her parents; two sisters
Mrs XL. T. Kanmt rtt I'nrilin.i omi
Miss Helen Long of Albany; and Iney Dur our feathered friend, the
and turkey, and often, oh. such a turky
father and two sons
Future Hat cm
December 3. Tuesday Annual
meeting and election of Cherrlans.
Case Set for December
The case of Giesy vs. MarJon coun
' ty has teen set for hearing in the
inpreme court on December 5. .This
suit concerns damages alleged re
ceived on a county. road. The case
fomes from the circuit court. Judge
Diogltom having sustained an Opin
io. an hv J nit IT A Itllthos In H
" nuntv ennrt
An TJnmaml Bargain
A f 710 Singe player piano tor
IS 62 an exceptional bay for any-
en' Jeilrlog a high grade Instru
ment EL L, Stiff ft Son, 448 Court
Monthly Pledge In
Yesterday f 950 In monthly pledg
es was turned Into, the bank by Wil
lamette chapter of the Red Cross
This s a notable figure, due to the
fact that declaration of the armistice
tu expected to affect the local sup.
Receipt, Ifotea and AH Blanks
It Statesman Job office.
Tae Get License
. Marriage licenses were Issued, yes
terday for, Arthur D. Hale, of Inde
pendence and MUs Addle Patterson
- of Salem. The wedding will be to-
day. William Glx, an auto mechanic
from Portland, will be wedded today
- to Mlts. Margaret Semmerier, of Sil
verton. V? ..
Dy mistake. It was announced that
the Women's Missionary society of
the first Con z relational church
would meet on Friday of thia wek
That meeUng will be a week from
tomorrow. However, tho women of
the church will meet at the church
parlors tomorrow for Tied Cross
Need for Cretonne
Housewives are failing to respond
to the call for cretonnes needed in
the manufacture of the last allot
ment of property, bags for hospitals,
which must be in by January. Ma
terials should be brought to Red
Cross headquarters in the United
States National bank building.
' B8 dance tonight at 7 p. m.
be hHd in Salem Friday. Further
announcements will r.e made later.
The Royale Cafeteria
'Will serve Tbanksglvinr turkev
dinner today beginning at 12 o'clock
noon and all the remainder of the
Three Tracts Submitted
Mayor Walter E. Keyes has sent
blueprints of tracts of land near Sa
lam suitable for airplane gtelds to
government officers at Mather field
in Sacramento. Cal. These are be
ing submitted as. possible stations on
a coast air route and include a sec
tion of Boise's addition, the race
track at the state fair grounds, and
the state penitentiary land on the
"MotorlNe a Carbon Remover
A gas engine cleaner. A easoline
aver. Will be here on or about De
cember 1. Distributor for Marlon
and Polk counties, Clark's Tire
House, 319 X. Commercial street.
Highways Rapid Transit
Salem auto truck service Port
land and way points. Daily leave
saiem 10 a. m. orrice 137 S. Com
merclal street. Phone 663.
Takes Itolse position
'.Miss Lenaperl Wright has been ap-
.Solnted to the monition nf altnt
teBMKT ,n" ,ro,eft AUCTION SALE
Fnlted States reclamation service at I,
Boise, Ida,, and leaves here Saturday
to take tip her work at that place.
Field Agent now at Bligh Hotel
tlsbes to meet all students as soon!
T. L HOIXEY
Old Pianos Rebuilt. ;
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t trUU n. W:n .itn al 1 'good Sit
- " w. . ui. l uuue yioj. i saddle; I oifice desk; X office cnairs;
SATURDAY, NOV. 30
10 a. m. sharp
10 tons balled bay: 4 tons straw;
16 sacks potatoes; 1 set heavy
breeching harness; 10 second-hand
horse collars; 6 new collars; 3 two-
ton wagon jacks; 2 buggy tongues;
bay forks, rope and pulleys; 1 dou
ble harpoon hay. fork; 2 single har
poon nay forks; 1 two-ton express
wagon; 1. steel wheelbarrow; l new
set 34x4 auto chains; r good stock
Offles 160 U. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Phone SS9
HI North Capital St.
DR. B. H. WHITE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Nervous
SALEM -:- OKECJON
1 work bench; forks, shovels, chains
I Automobile bumper and other articles
too numerous to mention.
CLEAR WATER RROS Owners.
Note I will hold a sale of high
class household furniture at my Auc
tlon Market in the afternoon. 1:30
Be on time.
F. N. WOODRY,
Phone 510 or 511.
Highest Cash Price Paid.
Also All Kinds of Junk.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
Tho Square Deal House.
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 398
Electric lights Repaired
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.
20 X . Commercial Pbone 058
The undersigned auctioneer has
received instructions from Alice M.
Goodell. administratrix of the estate
of A. G. Palrymple. to sell same ai
public auction at the farm of the
deceased at Macleay, Oregon," Friday,
November 29. at 1 p. m.
ALICE M. GOODELL,
F. N. WOODRY
f r Phone 2194
Manufacturers of cider to -
oriak. ' Bring in your ripe
Highest Trice Paid for
Kggs and rroduce.
Farmers1 Cash Store
151 N. High Street
X . -
GTJEN To 11 t. and Mrs. II. K. Ot
Jen, Wednesday. November 27.
1918, a daughter,, weight nlnei
She has been named Elizabeth An
na for her two grandmothers.
The originators of
1 o w prices still
you and high
Oregon Taxi&Baggage Co.
Try iMir Check! ng System
DAggage CUlm Check for ev
ery parcel handled. - -
Wishing yon the
Yours very truly
When a Fellow Needs n IViend"
Is when as in "The Sign Invisible"
the special Thanksgiving program at
the Liberty, he is staggering through
a blinding storm in the mountains
ha lost his way and doesn't care
where he lands anyhow. About that
time the chords of "Lead Kindly
Light." floating through pelting
weather, would sound mlghtr good.
There is rr.'-re than one touching tit
n this iig drama of defiant man vs.
Camaljm HiU Week
The Epwonh league chapter of
Jason Lee Memorial church, Winter
and Jefferson streets, is conducting
a "win my chum' rampalgn this week
with special services every night at
30 o'clock. A new speaker ap
pears each night with a message for
young people. The campaign will
close Sunday night. Everybody is
welcome to the services.
THE CIIARLKH It ARCHER I) IM
Take pleasure in announcing that
they have added feed to their line
and are now prepared to supply the
trade with the following:
OROCND OATS AND BARLEY.
IIOLSTEIN DAIRY FEED. .
CARNATION DAIRY FEED.
BERKSHIRE HOG FOOD.
COTTON SEED OIL. '
Other feeds will be added from
time to time, for it Is their intention
to carry a full line.
Terms on feed will be strictly cash
Lloyil I vie Wounde!
The name of Lloyd W. Ivle, on
of Mrs. Mae Ivle of Salem, is men
tioned in the casualty list of yester
day as severely wounded. U is ap
parent from communications receiv
ed from him that he was wounaed
on August that he has now re1
covered and has been on active duty
since that time as an escort for Ger
man prisoners. He enlisted In an
engineering regiment April 2, 1316.
and was stationed at Vancouver bar
racks for some time. While in hos
pital he wtis at Nantes. France.
it is! None of your old, poor. thin,
bony varieties for me if you pie.-,
but the very best that can be bad.
the one that Is well-fattened, yelluw.
of a sweet, fresh odor, dry-picked,
and presenting an attractive appear- :
ance. For the possession of such a
turkey, the dealers will strive and the
man or woman with the market bas
ket will often go to the very bottom
or his or her purse. The man or wo
man raising such birds need not be
in debt or have a mortgage on the
farm. No poultryman ever yet has
had difficulty in disposing of or ob
taining the highest market price for
It yon will only. take a glance at
the different stalls in any of the mar
kets, you will often find them plen
tifully supplied with common or or
dinary stock of turkeys, bat the
arge, plump, yellow-skinned, rich
looking, well-fattened and neatly
dressed birds are generally scarce
Now, If such quality birds' are so
much in demand, ana command such
extremely high prices, what is the
cost of producing such over that of
the ordinary grades? If you will only
think for a moment you will find that
it is a very little.
It simply requires a little better
feeding, a little more whole corn
and wheat a few weeks prior to mar
ketlng,,and a little more care or
painstaking when dressing and pre
paring for shipping or marketing, to
make the difference in value equal
to several times the slight increase in
time, labor and expense required.-
m 1 1- ii m fV. J I 1 1
Coats - $16.75 and up
Suits - $12.90 and up
Dresses $9.90 and up
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Sts., Sal cm Formerly Chicago Store
Me?M Inquired Plodding Pete.
"Certainly. You'd have no trouble
in getting a Job.
"Yes. I might stand da work. But
it wouldn't be no time till dey'd
boost ma wages till dey had me coin
around wld de rest of you. wld-eyed
an' weary, tryln' to figure out me in
Would Take No Chances. "So
you're going to enlist, Mike.
"Let me teU yon something. They
say that the Germans write the
came of a soldier oa each shell and
that's the shell that kills the maa
whose name Is oa 1L
"Ye don't aayl Thin, be sorry, OlII
fool 'em.. 0111 enlist under aa aasun
JUST FOR FUN.
Shrewd Enough. "He hasn't got
sense enough to come in out of the
"Maybe that's what you think, but
let me tell you one thing he was
shrewd enough to swipe my umbrel
la the other night"
The Genus Trampus. "Wlfj
don't you go to work?"
Mtt Work Is A hes 1
The state food administration con
aiders that Its moat important work
lies ahead and that the offices of the
county food administrators shall bo
continued. This wa the sentiment
expressed at a meeting of the county
admlnlstiators in Portland Tuesday.
C. M. Lock wood, Marion county food
administrator, who attended the
meeting, says that the clerical forces
are not to be reduced. No special
action has yet been taken relative to
future policies, this being allowed
to await until National Administra
tor Hoover has decided what is to
be done by this country relative to
feeding European peoples. The men
at the Portland meeting felt that
Turkey and Bulgaria are not entitled
to assistance from the United Stales
fM I D GETS
Mr. and Mrs. li. O. White are
spending several days in Portland.
Mr and Mrs. Fred P..ichtel of Sa
lem are stonplne at a Portland hotel.
J. C. McEIioy was In Portland yes
Mrs. L. I Nicklln returned lodajr
from MrMinnville. where she has
been visitine her daughter.
City School Superintendent John
W. Todd will spend part of today in
McMinnville. where he is to take
leading part in the community sing
to be held there.
Ir. It. K. I1 Kleiner i expected
back from southern Oregon on
mornlnu tiain. He ha been away
look In j.' after several patients of the
Howard Person of the hospital
corps and lUjrnnnd fchultz of the
enrlneers. are hame from th naval
training station at Seattle on a flve-
KHih f.lbbv. niece of Mrs. W. T
flirrinn. is siendlnz Thanksgiving a
hr I. nni in JefTernon. She has
been attendine whool in Saletu.
Mis Viola O.:lethoip" has arrived
frnm Patterson. N. .1.. to teach
school in the Spilna Valley distrl
in Polk cmintv. Thin I her first
vUit to Orrcon.
if.i..r j t'ranris lirake of thw
medical staff of the Oregon auard
was in the tity yesterday on of flea
hiiriipess. lie went on to indepen
deme and Dallas. Dr. Drake Is
nrnmiuent Portland dentist..
Walter C. Wlnslow was In Port
land lesterdar. He is expected to
Get the Genuini0fZ?z'l: ' '
and Avoid -fv tt I ," . j
9 mmHrmWr ' .S
Household goods, harness, wagons.
tools, ranges, heaters, cookstoves.
farm machinery, etc. I pay rash or
will sell on commission from stock
sales conducted anywhere. Phone
610 or 611. Woodry, the Auctioneer.
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WESTERN HTOCK it BOND
See Central BUm- SrattU, Witk.
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
as LONE DEER
to tho War
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