The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 22, 1919, Page 3, Image 3

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from Seattle, where
I vUiliag Jier. people.
the has beco
.MARKET :
fourt and Liberty Sts. Phone 1528
'Jeats. ai Imps'
Of All Kinds
ATHURDAY, :
VEAL
27c
19c
BEEF
Boil.
Pot
Roast
mo lb
14c lb
Hamburger
teak
18clb
Fresh
Ground
Pure Pork
SAUSAGE
IN BULK OEp
Per LJy
18c 16
Soup R
Bones'
ShoulderRoast
or Chops -
VEAL
STEW
LOIN PORK
uuiuuu
Choicest Quality
BOAST OS
CHOPS
POUND ...
30c lb-
TBI
nvnvrKTi
SHOULDER PORK
orSeak24C lb
Fresh
Liver
FRESH
TRIPE
5c lb
8 c lb
Liver
Sausage
10c It
. TOP QUALITY CEAIN FATTED
STEER BEEF-
This is choice and will surely satisfy your, palate,.
ct Roast, per lb. ..... .-..- 2 6 C tS .
rbe Rib Roast, per lb. ... ....... 32 CtS.t
Tenderloin Steak, per lb. 30 CtS.
T-Bone Steak, per lb. -35 CtS.
Plate or Rib Boil, per lb. 1 9 ctS,
SUGAR QMfwrjm nII7 A TO
CURED 01iTOiCil MEiiilOi
From Selected Hogs
Bcjt Hams, half or whole, per lb. -35 CtS.
poke Bacon . ......... ..... . ..35 to 37 CtS.
Mitaze , Rolls ...... .... - 32 CtS.
powh and Picnics : ............ .....,..:P 3 c tsl:
- - -28c
PRY SALT PORK
Our Own
"IDEAL BRAND"
Open Kettle Rendered
Absolutely
PURE
LARD
NO. 5 SIZE PAIL
m 10
size
ail :
Rendered Beef Fat
Moulded 10r.ts.
n cakes ' "
XJ Canal jf
lb.
Full Dressed
Young Hens
Fresh Eggs
Creamery Butter
Country Butter
Armour's Oleo
"Troco"
At Current
Low Prices
ieusloff Bros., Inc.
BUTCHERS and PACKERS
All Kinds Fresh and Cured Meats, Sausages, Etc
Salem, Oregon Phone 1528
EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
CITY MEW
Tielmi
Individual chocolates 5 cents. For
sale everywhere.
BalravPartland fltsge
Will leu BUXU JioUl .
dally for. Portland.
a, m
Dr. C. R. O'Xeill
Optometuist-opticlan. .released
from naval service, will be at his of
fice permanently after April .lft
Rooms 5 and 6 Ladd & Bush bank
building.
Special Meetings Planned
Special meetings will be held at
the Salvation army hall this week
end. commencing tonight with an
open air service and free and easy
In the hall conducted by Captain and
Mrs. Hunter, the new officers who
have recently taken charge of the
work here. Colonel Scott, the pro
vincial officer, will conduct the holi
ness meeting Sunday morning in the
hall, commencing at 11 o'cloek. He
will also talk to the prisoners at the
penitentiary in the afternoon ser
vice at 2:30 o'clock.
Dance a Dance
Armory tonight, 8 p. m.
Standard Scale Book
In duplicate. Statesman Job office.
Hichest Market Prices Paid
For dressed hogs, beef and veal
Independent Market, phone 104.
Special Dance
At 8 p. m. Armory tonight. Come
early.
Would Chance Name ,
Gustav, Adolph Woestefield has.
petitioned, the county court for per
mission to change his name to West-
field In order that it will not can
stantly be misspelled.
Smelt In Any Quantity Reasonably
Priced at Fltts' Market.
Swallow Flying Xortb
The Salem Bird club reports the,
first Appearance of swallows on their
northern fllrht on March 9. Owing
:he bad weather uto more were
observed until March 20, when the?
appeared In considerable numbers
Many more were observed yesterday.
Robin b. Day
Has opened his law office In the
Ladd tc. Bush bank building.
Mortician Get XJcenee
A marriage license was Issued yes
terday .for Paule JJeale Taylor, aged
21. of Salem and Edna I. .Bryan, also
of this city. 'Taylor is an. evangelist
singer and his future bride, a mu
sician.
PER5GHALS
Thelma
Individual chocolates 5 cents,
sale everywhere. i "
Fo
Hearing is Set ,1
Nick .Schmaltz of Mount -Angel
who was placed under arrest yester
day en a charge of selling a carload
of potatoes twice, is out on $500
bond. He will be given a hearing In
the justice court next Thursday un
less he waives the privilege. "
read and Pastry Sold
Home baked goods on sale at Da
vies Shack, 387 State street.
Writer Will Speak
As a feature of its Monday lun
cheon at the Marion hotel the Com
mercial club has arranged for an ad
dress by J. F. Langner. agricultural
editor of the Oregon Journal. Hie
topic will be the opportunities or the
Willamette valley as compared with
those of California.- particularly
alone agricultural and horticultural
lines. Mr. Langner was formerly
conected with the California market
commission.
Hay For Sale
Ten ton wheat hay for sale.' In
quire at Shafer's Harness shop or
phone either 411 or 1593.
We Will Pay Top Price For
Good fat hens. Call us before you
sell. E. C. Cross & Son,
Thelma ":
- Individual chocolates 5 cents,
sale everywhere.
Fo
Com Early-
Dance, Armory tonight.
, Receipts, Note and All faanks
At Statesman job oince.
Return From California-
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Walton-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer IL Smith, and
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Locke have re-
turned Irom California where the
spent several weeks In San Francis
co, San Jose and Sacramento seeln
sights, playing golf and having
general good time.
Under New Management
The Monmouth hotel, recently
opened by W. A. Green. Dining room
open at regular hours. . Up-to-date
service and accommodation.
Non Corns it Warrant
Non com missioned, officers of the
high school cadet companies have
just been presented with their war
rants by Lieutenant L. G. Murdock
The military instructor plans short
ly to begin a lecture series composed
of talks by local officers who bare
returned from -overseas.
Charles L. Koelsche of Loma Lin
da. Calif, is stopping at -the Marion
C. M. Howard is a Stanfleld guest
at the Marion.
Sherman M. Miles of St. Helen
passed the night at the Marlon.
William S. Walton, cashier of the
Ladd t Bush bank, has just returned
from a two weeks vacation at San
Francisco and San Jose.
H. J. Overturf. secretary of the
Bend Commercial club and promi
nent In realty circles In that Central
Oregaylown. was in the city a few
hours "yesterday on business.
. L. M. Scholl of Hubbard 1 stop
ping A. the Bligh.
J. F. Stelwer is here from Jeffer
son and is registered at the Bligh
Dr. E. W. Hope, dean of the law
school at the University of Oregon
arrived in the elty yesterday from
Eugene by way of automobile. II
pascsed the night at the Bligh.
I. Clement left yesterday for Cat
gary. Alberta, Canada. -
A Warning to feel tired before ex
ertion Is not latiness irs sign that
the system lacks vitality, and needs
the tonie effect of Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla. Sufferers should not delay
l-Get rid of that -tired feeling by be
ginning to take Hood's SarsapartUei
today.
Davie Shack, at 387 State street'
Can supply you with pastry made
at the Home Bakery.
- PRIZE IS WON
BY SOPHOMORES
Want S. P. to Pay Money
France Folev ha - f tl1 a mid.
plaint against the Southern Pacifie I Second YtaT Students Vic-I
i-vmpany demanding sne al
leges was turned over to the railroad
In Kentucky for her use. It i
claimed that the company never paid
this -obligation. ' .
Dr. Mott
Physician and Surgeon has movsi
his offices to the Bank of Commerce
building, rooms 407 and 408. Hours
from 9 a. m. to 12 m., and from 2
p. m. to S p. m.
Barton does battery werk. Any
make tested free. Charging and re
pairing. Masonic temple, phone 1200.
L. S. Rowland, Edgar M. Rowland
Kowiand rnnung: vo.
JOB PRINTERS
(Formerly Beaver State Printers)
S22 State St, Patron Block
Phone 1512
Two Complaints Filed : . -
In the justice court yesterday two
complaints were filed -for the -collection
of money. "One was by'Wfl-
liam McGilehrlst against eKlly Mat-
tlson and wife and the other by E
Anderson against Charles McSorley-
A note Is involved In the latter case
We Will Pay Top Price For
Good fat hens. - Call us before yon
sell. E. C. Cross tc. Son.
2ND HAND GOODS
Highest cash price paid for clothing,
musical instruments, tools, etc.
CAPITAL EXCHANGE
337 Court St, Phone 493
To Begin Work in April
Just about the middle of Apri
Curtiss B. Crocs and Steualoft Bro
thers are expecting to beg'n- con
struction work on their new packing
plant north of the city. No ground
has yet been broken, as the plans are
still in the hands of an architect.
WELCH ELECTRIC CO.,
New locaUop 379 State Street
Anything in the line or electric
fixtures.
Will buy or trade all farmers
produce, apples and egS
The People' Cash Store
Phone 453.
186-198 North Commercial St.
Plumbing
juicklj done.
Phone379J!
WANTED
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
and. In fact, anything you have
to selL I buy for cash. Phone
510 or 511.
W00DRY, TheAnctioneer
NOTICE-
If you nave any junk or second
hand goods of any kind, see us
first. ; mS
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 808
Office SCO TJ. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Honrs 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Phone S89
Residence: ,
t E K North Capital St. Phone 4 6
DR. B. HIYHITE
O8TEOPATHI0
PHYSICIAN ASD SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Nervous
Diseases
8ALEM -: OREGON
Dr. J. O. MaUhla
Associated with Dr. Clements, of
fice 409-10 Bank of Commerce. Of
fice 573. Residence 596.
Artificial Teeth-
Have artificial plate man. over 15
years experience. Dr. BeeeJiler, den
tist. 302 U. S. Nat. ban bias.
Plaintiff Cevs Verdict
Instead of securing from the Cher
ry City r louring mm proprietors
$123. 2 he was suing them for In
the circuit court, a jury yesterday
returned a verdict for the defen
dants and R. C. HalbeTg. the plain
tiff, must dig Into his own pockets
and produce 129.82 mentioned being
due in the answer to tne cnarge-
Hallberg claimed P. W. Celser and
Marion Palmer, the mill men. owed
him money on wheat seed and fruit
screens, but when the answer was
filed lie found himself branded as the
one In debt. "
Local Blanks
Got them at the statesman jod or-
flee. Catalog on application.
Attention Kncaro potent Membei
I. O. O. F. Work In the Royal
Purple degree and eats. I. O. O. F
hall Saturday evening. March 21
Come.
For Rent
Two good houses, close In. See
J. H. Lauterman, care of Argo hotel.
I
Stationery Men to Meet-
On Sunday stationery dealers of
the Wilamette valley will hold
meetinr in Salem, to be followed by
a banauet at tbe Marion hotel-
About 10 visitors from Eugene. Ore
ron Citr and other nearby towns
are expected.
THE
WELL DRESSED
WOMAN- '
We Can Surely Tc
With any amount of smelt and
salt fish. Fltts' market
torious in Annual Freih
man Glee Recital
Sophomores of Willamette uni
versity last night won first place at
the annual Freshman glee at the ar
mory. ' Class rivalry has been keen ,
during the period of preparation for
the event but the winning class farj
outdid the others, on all three points-
words music and rendition, T
junior class took third place and
freshmen fourth place.
Freshmen glee is a custom orig
inated in Willamette and ..Is not
maintained at any other institution
In Oregon. The songs and ' words
are written by students and eack
class selects its coach from amose
Its members.
freshman class, this year's manager
being Paul Sterling. Other commit
tees were: decoration. Gene Sevy and
rtavard Fiadler: program. Kenneth
Power. Helen Rose; pennant, Mar
garet Xgg; advertising. Ralp
Barnes.
The Judges were: words. Miss Cos
Mrs. Lelsnd Porter and Mrs. Flor
lan Von Eschen; music. Mrs.. A. A
Schramm. Professor T. 8, Roberts
Miss Gertrude Eakln: rendition. A
A. Schramm. 11. C. Clark and Rev
H. N. Aldrieh.
.lde from the singing of the
clsss songs. Lelsla Ruby played a vi
olin solo. Gene Bevy gave a reading
and Prof. John R. Sites rendered
cello solo. Prof. James T. Matthews
presented the pennant .
Th ttrorram was:
Violin Solo. Msxurki." Lelsla nuby
Senior eonr. "Cardinal and Oold."
Junior song. "The Spirit of WUlauv
ctte.
neadlnr. "Mr. Algernon Jones.
... ... . "
Sophomore song. -Willamette. llere
to You."
relio solo. -Berceuse- from Joce-
Irn Pror. jonn k. aiw
Presentation of the pennant ....
. . . . .Prof. James T. Matthews
The words of the. winning son
are:
Oh Willamette safely harbored
In the hills of Oregon.
We have turned from many a battle-
Gory trench, and ruined shrine
To your desr famllisr presence.
That like a star in daranens some.
We hear the mill stream rippung
Where the .poplar buds unfold.
We see your cordial banners
Floating proudly as or oia.
Oh Willamette safely enshrined
tn the temnle of our Beans.
We shsll ie'er forget your lessons
, Though life's Journey take us far.
Ever shall your spirit gmae ns
Like a bright and glowln star
For we owe thee. Alma stater.
Gratitude we scarce can show.
For the Joys thst gather rouna us
ten the dava that come and go.
Chorus
Oh college days and college wsys
-To our hearts are ever dear
The friends we've made, the game
we've nlayed.
In memory they are dear:
So here's to old Willamette,
To her profs and prexy. too.
Her athletes strong we hall with
song
Willamette, here's to you.
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WEARING the proper model
in the right kind of a corset
gives one the feeling of being
well dressed, Lut the corset
emit fit
To get a really good fitting
corset the services of oar ex
pert corsetiere are at your
disposal
One of our. makes in par
ticular, the
JTa-oxxti Lcioocl
gives most exceiltnt remits, -It ij-A cartel
that will bring out style and improve the gen
ral viigure lines. It is comfortable and
. durable, : Yon will make no mistake in ar
ranging fora trial fitting at your convenience.
'Quality i
'ilerchandiw
U.C Shipley Co.
Popular
Prices
145-147 Ji. Uberty SL
Salm, Ore.
Ttief Makes Big Haul,
Cop Helps Him Away
Unwittingly the city marshal of
Woodburn assisted a burglar to es
cape from the hands of justice whea
he forcibly placed him 3a board an
outbound '.rain about 2 o'clock yes
terday morulas'. It was not until
an hour or so later thst he teamed
of th theft of 14 inner tubs. sev
eral razors and knives ssd a IS
greenback from Becker & Boom' har
neas store. Returning to the -spot
where he had first fomd the sop
nosed hobo. Mie officer located ov
erruling but the moTWT cached awsy.
Sclim Lags Behind in
Armenian-Syrian Relief
Although the city las been thor
oughly canvassed by members of the
Armenian-Syrian relief fsad drlva
committee. Salem is still SIOOS be
hind on Its a. a ota of 1 1 0 8. The
scanty sums donated to the work
and the number of refusals the work
ers have eacoaaiered are tlamed for
the deficit. Similar results have
been obtained elsewhere ta the coun
ty and Lfct three of four towns have
turned la .reports. Teams which
hsndled the monthly coCectloa of
Red Cross funds con darted the pres
ent earrrpeJra.
Salem Aisctira-Co.
Handles 11 kinds of ak, urrrrrhPTe in tbc sUic.
rhone 117.
G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer -
r JW.Coml SU Salem, Ore.
With our VaurpcrUlioa Xtxflttlet wt Tt ail to pay tfig
. highest ctih pric for
EGGS
. DRESSED B1EATS .
POULTRY t." r
W1LLABIETTE VALLEY TRANSFER CO.
171 South High Street, Phesa 1400
Bread and Faetry Sold
Home baked jtoods on sale at Da
vies Shack, 387 State street.
Rev Turner Ifei
Rex. A. Turner arrived in Salem
yesterday morning from .his home
In Winifred., Montana, to attend the
funeral of his mother. Mrs. F. A.
Turner. Ilia wife will arive today
srruxa cLEAXixa tdie is here
If a house needs, spring ctasfjg.
how about the human rrxly after a
winter of Indoor life and heavy food?
Don't suffer from, Indigestion, bil
iousness, bsd breath, boating, gas
or constipation, when tellef can be
so easily had. Foley Cathartie Tao
rets clean stomach and bowels aad
tone up the llTcr. J. a Perry.
BEST BAICERY GOODS
If you want tha best bread, or tha most delicious putry,
try the We Lead-
PEERLESS rBAICERY
'Philip 'WlBten, Prop.
170 North Commercial Stmt.
Phong 217
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