The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 01, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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We Can Supply
With any amount of ! smelt and
salt flBb. Fltts Market?
-Maj Allison"
Today at Ye Liberty in "A; Suc
cessful 5 Adventure."
May Fall To Come V .
Adjutant General John L May.
who was to bare; made, his first of
ficial : visit to Company M. Oregon
national guard last night, failed to
arrive. He was forme-ly colonel in
command of the 162nd Infantry In
France; Company M bad its usual
drill ' and , afterwards a lunch was
served. . V: '
Orchestra- Music i'V.'.
Has been arranged for "Tarzan of
The Apes." ; starting -Wednesday at
Ye Liberty.
Barton does battery work. Any
make tested tree... Charging and re
pairing. Masonic temple, phone 1200.
. It Waa a Great Treat
' JhO' Salem Symphony .Orchestra,
nader the ' direction . of Professor
John R.: Sites, on Sunday aftenoon
gave the officers and patients of the
asylum a rare treat, in the anditor-
: lum of the main building of the In
stitution, with a concert that would
"" have done credit to any city. -There
are many music Jovers. and men a'ad
women' ,' who understand music,
among' the .patients, and it was a
great kindness . to these Unfortunate
people. i -
Regular Meeting
Cbadwlck Chapter No. 37, Order
of the Eastern Star, Tuesday even
ing; April 1, at 8 o'clock.
Dr. Mott -
Physician and Surgeon baa moved
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 6 p. mA-
31 Arrests In March
There were 3 1 arrests made In
Salem Jn March as. compared with
43 for the two preceeHlng months
of 1919 cambiaed. There, was only
one arrest pn a charge of drunk
- eness, and one oh a charge of be-
L-' s. Rowland, Edgar M. Rowland
Rowland Printing Co.
(Formerly Beaver State Printers)
822 SUte St. Patton Bloc
Phone 1512 i '
Highest cash price paid for clothing,
i musical instruments, tools, etc .
127 Court' SC T Pnone 493
: New location -3 7 9 State Street T
Anything ' in the line of electric
', r-fixtures. ' , --.
. i.WIll . Vuj or: trade all farmers
produce, apple and eggs..
r The People's Cash Store
:': - Phone 453. . .
18M96 North Commercial SL
Quickly done.
Phone 3 79 J
Furniture; -ranges', heaters, tools
and, in 'fact, anything ybu have
to sell.; ,1 buy 'for cash. - Phone
. 610 or 611.
WOODRYj The Auctioneer
, If yon have any junk or second
hand goods of any. kind, see us
- first. ;- - . .
271 Chemeketa St. Phono 393
Offlce 610 TJ. 8. Kat Bank Bldg.
Hours 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone 869
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116 North CaplUl St. . Phone 4C9
Diseases of Women and Nervous
COtlKTEsr, Cmtmrt, kaMttk
ttifct - at wtimf
CMttmlly lat4. Cveiat (
m.Kyn n. hixic m.
; Plumbing---,
1 1 Ay roaioo" r 1 Big.,
ing drunk and disorderly. There
were five drunks a -Tested during
January and February.
Goftpel Service at 7:30 Tonight
At the First Baptist church. Rev.
A. Sterling Earner,, preacher. . '
In lots in different parts of the
city: One-half acre on High street,
extreme ba-gaia. S1700. One lot in
Riverside addition. . 50x130, $80.
Lots 5, 6 and 7, block 5, Depot ad
dition, 50x100; lot 1, block 8. Depot
addition, 60x125; lots 5 and 6, Depot
addition, 50x120; one lot, St. Elmo
addition. 90x76: one lot. on State
street, adjoining Wm. addition, 3 Ox
160; lot 2. block 9. Falrmount Park
cddition (facing Lincoln street), 60x
100, $750. Lots 3. 4, 6. block 8.
Falrmount Park add, 60x150. $450;
lot 6, (corner lot) block 8, Fair-
mount Park. 60x150.' $500; lot 12,
block 8, Falrmount Park addition.
60x150. I also have 160 acres of
timber ' In Lane county thai I can
sellfor $1690. If you want bar
gain's ask me before it Is too late.
Long and abort time loans made at
reasonable rates. O. W. Laflar,
Room 4 0ST4 06 Hubbard Bldg.
Barr Fined f 23
George .Barr, who was picked up
Friday night br Officer Branson,
after becoming practically- unconsci
ous from drinking wood alcohol, was
fined $25 in police; cou-t yesterday.
Following hia arrest Barr was tak
en to a hospital where emergency
measures were resorted to as lCwaa
thought the alcohol might prove fa
tal. He had recovered sufficiently
yesterday to , be able to walk.
; Individual chocqlates 5 cents. -Fo
sale .everywhere. . 1
Receipt. Note and AH Blanks
At Statesman job office.
Odd Fellows to Hubbard
- About 30 Salem Odd Fellows were
visitors to the Hubbard lodge ' Sat
urday, night and assisted In putting
on the .first degree. After the ses
sion . a banquet was served and! a
purse was donated by the Salem
members to the piano fund of the
Hubbard Rebekahs. - . -?
"One Time One"
Will be Rey. A Sterling Barner'sJ
memo at, .me irst , Baptist cnurcn
At Hotel Marlon
-The management . of Hotel Mar
ion is pleased to announce the first
post. war dinner dance for Friday,
ApHl'Vat $1.25 per plate. Dinner
at 7 p. nr. '.Music by ' the Warren
Hunts. . We Intend this to be the
first, of . a series, patronage permit
ting.' ,. ; ' V
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Hawley Tonight on League
Congressman W. C. Hawley will
be the speaker at the meeting of the
Six O'clock ' club, tonight He will
give an address on the league of na
tions, a subject on Which is consid
ered an authority. The meeting
will be held in ' the club rooms in
the First Methodist church.
Thelma ' - ' "
Individual chocolates 5 cents. For
sale everywhere.
For Bent .
8 acres, of good land. Phone J. H
Lauterman,'90O or 678.- ,
Funeral for Small Boy -
Funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon from Rlgdon's
chapel for little Claud Hutchlns.
four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Hutchins. Reverend Thurstoa
conducted the services and ' burial
waa made in City View cemetery. .
Hear Her. A. Sterline . Barner
I At the First Baptist church to-
Smelt in Any Quantity Reasonably
Priced at Fltts' Market.
Speaka at Jason Lee ;
. a. n twis. of Portland, gave a
strong address at Jason Lee .Me
morial Sunday evening on "The cen
tenary, trom a Layman's Point of
View." - He said that America with
all its wealth of endowments had
failed to lire np to its Christian her
itage; Had a small part of the treas
ure poured out in the last few years
been spent m educating and chris
tianising Russia, for instance. th
great war could not have been.
Hparxan "of The Apes
' With special orchestra music at
Ye Liberty starting Wednesday.
Standard Seal Book
. In. duplicate. SUtesman Job of
fice. L. 8 Pike Returns
? L. 'SI Pike, who" has been employ
ed with the state: highway commis
sion in some work in Portland, has
returned to Salem. Mr. Pike was
formerly a member of Company M,
and served with it while the com
pany was on guard duty lo eastern
Oregon in the summer of 1917.- He
was discharged because of depend
ents but later enlisted and was seqt
to Camp Lewis' where he .served for
several, months as an instructor for
recruits. - He held the Tank of ser
geant.1 ; . i
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Thelma ' .
. Individual chocolates 5 cents. Fov
sale everywhere. .
Plaintiffs Adjudged Owners
Decree by default was entered in
circuit court yesterday in the case
of William Buttke and Helen Butzke
acalnst J. A. ; Jefferson and others.
The suit involved the possession of
ownership of 27 acres In Sunnyside
Fruit : farms and the plaintiffs In
the case were adjudged owners.
Legal Blanks
- Get them at the Statesman job of
fice. Catalog on application.
Final Account Approve!
, Order, aproving the final account
In the. estate of D.5 F. Bright was
given bjr Judge - Uusbey In pbate
court ; yesterday. The administra
tor, Dan O. Bright was discharged,
Ji is duties 'having been completed.
Haletn-l'ortbUMl Stxe
Will lave bllgh hotel 9 a. m
dalj for Portland.
Dudley Dvann Visits
Dudley Evans, an advertising man
of Portland, was in Salem yesterday
visiting friends. Mr. Evans was oo
his way home from Eugene where
he had been on business.
Dr. J. O. Matthis i 4
Associated with Dr. Clements, of
fice 409-10 Bank, of Commerce. Of
fice 673. Residence 596.
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Former Soldier ResumeN Place . .
Jacob Fuhrer. who was a sergeant
with Company M. 162nd Infantry,
m J-Tance. has taken a position in
Ladd it Jlnsh bank. He . was em
ployed la the bank before enlisting
in March, 1917. ;
Dojr Owner Ptrfeit Boil V
T. L. Williams, whose address la
given in the city directory, as 1804
Ferry street, forfeited $10 bail by
failing to appear In police court yes
terday 4 answer a charge of per
mitting a dog to un at large. He
was arrested Saturday night and put
up Che bail for his appearance yes
Prlchard " Passes Through
' George A. Prlchard, a former
member of the Statesman editorial
staff, and later Salem correspondent
of the ; Oregonlan, passed through
this city Yesterday.' He was going
from Albany, where he has been visa
ing relatives to, Portland. He has
been on the news staff of the Ore
gonlan since leaving Salem. :
New School District Allowed
A new school. district at-Monitor
is to be organized in the immediate
future following the allowing by the
county court yesterday of the peti
tions for: the formation of the dis
trict. .The district Is to be made up
of parts, of . Harmony and Grassy
Pond districts in, Marion county and
three districts in Clackamas county.
There are about 75 children of school
age in the district and a4rew school
house i3 to be- bui't' soon. , . ; ,
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Mrs., Leila -S. Lynch Is attending
the ' Northwestern convention of the
Pacific Coast Rescue and protective
society, being held in Portland for
two days as delegate from Salem.
- Mr. E. J. Bullock; or Ed. as he is
commonly known, has Just, returned
from an - extended trip througth
southern Oregon, "where he visited
the different mining camps. 1 He re
ports the weather, hotgrass short and
Indians hostile. . ' ; - ,
" Mrs. C C. Jeffrey, - of , Lewiston,
It's full of tense and thrill
ing situations.
X Taken when Charley was
at his best.
This is a jam-up good
Show so yon better go
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A Real Iron Tonic '
Gives Vigor and nerve tone to a'r
and lnflrm.anl those worn-out from
overwork, worry, excitement or clone
confinement In homes or' abopx.
Mont., arrived In Salem' last evening
and will visit some time at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Laflar. on
South 'Liberty street. . IMra. Jeffrey
is the mother of Mrs. A. C. LaHar,
who Is employed with her husband
at the Columbia theater at Port
land, i . ; ' ' ; ,
J. D. Neale of fhe Lumbermen's
T-ust company has returned to Sa
lem after a month spent in Idaho and
Utah. In the interests of bis company.
He purchased a number of bond is
sues while on this trip. ? ,
Walter E. Keves went to Portland
pn business yesterday.
Morelock Artlrig Sergeant '
because "J. the illness of Night
Sergeant Elmer White pr the police
department, Lee Morelock is substi
tuting in tbat capacity at the police
station. Mr. . Morelock iwas former
ly a guard at the Oregon State pen
itentiary. ., . 1. . . -
Funeral of Woman Active in
Uplift Work Held at r
Episcopal Church
Last rites wew said ; yesterday af
ternoon over Mrs. Agnes Gilson. wife
of Wl B. Gilson. who passed away
SEatnrday morning at 9 o'clock af
ter a three-days ; lllneBs . caused . by
hemorrhage of the brain. , Rev. C.
H. Powell of St. Paul's Episcopal
church : conducted the services from
the church at 1 : 3 0 o'c'ock and in
terment was In City fVew emetery.
The passing of Ms.: Gilson takes
from the city one of the most ac
tive of church and Red Cross work
ers. She had been an ardent mem
ber of the Episcopal church for many
years, and was president of the Fra
ternal Aid, and a member of the.
Pythian Sisters. For the amount of
Red Cross 1 wo-k done Mrs. Gilson
has been excelled by noue in Salenu
She was chairman of St. Paul's aux
iliary .vwhicfcdurlnjt by war met
every week at her hSSref She had
done more refugee knitting than any
others woman in. the ciy and gave
practically all her time to some form
of , war wo. -..
Mrs.-Gilson, who wks Agnes' Ma
dora Barnarda before her marriage,
waa. born Int Saginaw,; Michigan, 58
years ago. She was a graduate of
the Universltyof Michigan, at Ann
Arbor and a teacher In the schools
at Bay City? for several years.' In
18S7 she was married: to Mr. Gilson
in Portland,; their -home for several
before going to Dawson. Alaska.
Six years were spent L in . Dawson,
yhere Mr: Gilson- was engaged . in
the steamboat business. .
Fifteen years ago last June the
family came to Salem and have made
this their home ever since. Beside
her -husband.' she is survived by one
daughter, . Ilene, who. is living at
home, and two aisters, Nellie Schncl
ler, of Detroit, .Mich., and Viola
Mayes, ; of-- New York. City. . Two
children, Nellie and Bessie, died sev
eral years ago, the latter in this city
about 12 years ago. i
Ministers Want Thursday
; Set Aside for Prayer
A resolution urging that Thurs
day of each week bw set aside as
prayer meeting night and 4Sat thera
be an avoidance of fixing dates con
flicting with religious services on
that night, was passed at the week
ly meeting; of the Ministers' associa
tion yesterday. It Is pointed out in
the resolution that Sunday is a rec
ognized day of woaphip and that con
sequently there Is seldom interfer
ence with the services on that day.
It Is held that for the same reasons
Thursday night should be respected
as a time for prayer and that those
in charge of public 1 meetings are
(urged to observe this in arranging
their gatherings. " ,
J7The discussion taken up at the
meeting yesterday was on labor and
Industrial nroblems Anrinv th u,.
lod of reconstruction. Rev. H. C.
Stover was the principal, apeaker. '
OUnger and Cline Are
Again on Dental Board
Announcement was made yester
day by Governor Olcott of the ap
pointment of Dr. Jean Cline of Port
land, and Dr. H. II. Olinger of Sa
lem as members of the state board
of dental etaminers. ! They will suc
ceed Dr. Walter J. Larsen of Port
land and Dr. Alex MacDougall bf
Baker, whose terms erpired today.
Dr. dinger was a member of the
dental board, for practically 13 years,
from April 1. 1S06 to February 8.
1919." He was secretary of the board
during that time for ilO years. Gov
ernor Olcott Is the fifth executive to
appoint Dr. OUnger a member of the
dental Board.r-5' !
' Dr. Cline served as a member from
1910 to 1916 and waa for four years
president.- ;
Both of the appointees are widely
known in their profession through
out the state.
Chester A. Moor es With
Financial Institution
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Chester .A. Moores has accepted a
position on the staff of the Lumber
men's Trust company. He was pri
vate secretary to the late Governor
W ithyeombe. and although Gover
nor Olcott desired him to remain,
he preferred to take up a business
career. Moorea la mn r
B. Moores, chairman of the municl-l
r m .
pal dock commission, of Portland
After graduation from the Universi
ty of Oregon; in 1912, he followed
newspaper work and attended law
schooTat night until his admission to
the bar. liecause of his capabill
ties and wide acquaintance through
out the Pacific Northwest Moo-es
recently received several! attractive
offers from financial institutions.
but chose to associate himself with
the Portland investment bank.
Officers Are Chosen by
Salem Floral Society
Officers for the coming year
were elected by the f alem Floral
society at its meeting last night, J.
W. Maruny being chosen president
The other officers elected are: Mrs.
Uala Jerman. vice-president; .Jftan
Martin.- secretary; Mrs. R. E. Moo res
treasurer. The following were chos
en for the board of di rectors :Irs
F. A. English, Mrs. F. L. Purvine,
Mrs. J. A. Carson, Mrs. E. W. Wal
lace, and Mrs. E. TaUman
Thursday was designated as ex
change day for the trading of plants
among the members of the society
Mulkey Quits Commission
and ' Gray Is Appointed
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4 F.'W. Mulkey, of Portland yes
terday notified Governor Olcott of
his resignation as a member of the
soldiers and sailors commission and
the governor today appointedit. M
Gray of Portland in his piaffe. Mr.
Mulkey was chairman of tha commis
sion. In reply to an inquiry! Mr. Mul-
aey Attorney General Brown recent
ly held that members of the commis
sion are personally liable for any
part of the $100,000 appropriated
by the legislature in the measure
creating ' the . commissionn when
placed on deposit and this may be
the reason for Mr. Mulkey's resig
nation as well as for the resigna
tions of several other members. In
his letter of resignation Mr. Mulkey
stated that he was unable to devote
further thne to the duties of the
commission. Mr. Gray, who is ap
pointed in his place, is a prominent
business man and merchant of Port
land.' - -'.- '
Three Arrested After
Complaints of Neighbors
Walter Eddy and Rosie Farlow
were arrested on' charges of impro
per conduct and Josie Stotler was
arrested on a charge of .being disor
derly by Chief of Police Varney yes
terday afternoon. Mrs. Stotler is ac
cused of calling her husband vile
names. -M
According to chief Varney the ar
rests were made as the climax to a
series of complaints from the resi
dents in the nelghbordbood of Trade
street south of Winter street. They
are out on bail. - '
The hearing will v be held at 10
o'clock this morning.
Cook and Smith Elected
at Presbyterian Meeting
Fred Cook was elected elder and
Fred Smith was chosen deacon at the
annual meeting of the First Presby
terian church last night. All mem
bers of the board were - re-elected.
Reports submitted by secretaries of
the various branches of the church
work showed the church to be in
excellent condition. v. -
The business of the meeting was
followed by a supper. Rev. T. S
Anderson presided at the church
meeting and W. H. Steusloff was In
the chair for the congregational
Operation Causes Death
of Former Salem Woman
Mrs. Lena- Stouffer Quick passed
away In Portland Friday night as
the result of an operation for goitre
She had been a resident ' of
Salem for the past eight months
during which .time she was un
der the care of a physician. Mrs.
Quick was the widow of the late
Warren Quick, of Dallas, who was
killed in an automobile accident
about five years ago. ,She is sur
vived by her mother, Mrs. Dan Stouf
fer.vand one son, Dan Quick, of Dal
las.; Funeral services will be held
front the First Methodist church In
Data's sometime this week.
Look at Tongue! . If Coated, Clean
Little Stomach, Liver,
Don't scold your fretful, peevish
child. See if tongue Is coated; this
is a sure sign Its little stomach, liver
and bowela are clogged with sour
When listless, pale,, feverish, full
of cold, breath - bad, throat sore,
doesn't eat, sleep or act naturally,
has stomachache. Indigestion, diar
rhoea, give a teaspoonful of "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs." and In a tew
hours all the foul waste, the sour
bile and fermenting food passes out
of the bowels and you have a well
and playful child again. Children
loveiihis harmless "fruit laxative."
and imotbers can rest easy after giv
ing ft. because It never fails to make
their' little "insides" clean and sweet.
Keep it handy. Mother! A little
given today saves a sick child to
morrow, but get the genuine. Ask
your druggist for a bottle of "Cali
fornia Syrup, of Figs," which hss
directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly on
the bottle. Remember there are
counterfeits sold here, so surely look
and see that yours is made by the
California Fig Syrup Comnanv"
land back with contempt any other
fig syrup.
, 5 Faroxvfc
Authentic in style, to the moment, you yill.find in these
handsome new models: a delicate harm and an .irresistible '
feminity that will delight you, for the Modart expresses the
newest ideas'of. one of 'America's foremast designers.
Special arrangements have been made to provide trial -fittings
for those of our patrons who are not as yet familiar
with the Modart Corset and its merits. The trial fitting
offers a means of comparison that is far more convincing
than recommendation, i It takes but a few momenta'pf your
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time and you will find it a wonderful adventure in comfort
and style. , . '-" - " '
U. G.
. . J Liberty
"fttlltt htMMMItl MlMMMMt
With our transportation facilities we are able to pay the
highest cash price for 1
171 Sdnth High Street. Phone 1400
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8-room Home and Fnrnitxxre at 350 North UbcrtSL
Consisting of
Fine 8-room house and lot 4Sxi?s r
. . , ,, , . . . -w '"i'""i"s win ana ouet,
electric lights, etc., located only 3 blocks north of SUte street. This
Is a fine property and Is. worthy of your attention as It will be sold
to the highest bidder. Terms floOD cash, balance arranged!
'- ' ' FURNITURE '
1 beautiful mirror 4x7 with.
" gold frame.
. 2 large oil paintings.
1 large oak dresser.
1 glass clock -
X, walnut cabinet
2porch chaira-
1 oak kitchen cabinet
1 3-burner gas plate
I K. linoleum .
1 K. Uble .
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Pillows, bedding; scarfs, rugs,
tools, crocks', kitchen utensils,
Ing glasses, clothes racks and
be sold for cash.
Mrs. OUye S. Enright F. N. Woodry, The AucUoneer
- Owner. 350 N. Liberty St. : Phone 510 or 511
MORAL List your sales with Woodry.
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ey.Co. i
Street ;
Apr. 2, 1:30 pm
1 good 6-hole range
1 waxed oak bed, latest design,
spring and silk flossmattress
1 serving machine ,
1 fir. dresser
1 "breakfast table
1 oak rocker ; .' , ; . .
1 walnut settee
3 diners
1 upholstered chair
: 1 stand table , ;
wash bowls and pitchers, carpets,
dishes, wash tubs, gas .plates,ook
many other things. Furniture will