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Special meeting of De
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fyZA y- wummanuery
&-3jNo. 5, K. P.,.. Monday
evening.. Work in the
Malta degree in full Torm. Visiting
Sir Knights welcome.
liovernor to Katreno -
Governor-6lcbtt was absent from
bis offices at the state capitol yes
terday. The early part of the day
was spent by the executive In Port
land and in the afternoon he was in
and with Mrs. Olcott attended the
at the; UnivetEty' last
Those Who Enjoy
A big, laughing a show will have
the pleasure of seeing a treat in store
for them today at the Bligh.
yesterday while cutting wood in the
basement of bis home on Chemeketa
street. A heavy stick of wood bound
ed frora the chopping block, struck
the ceiling and rebounded to the top
of Mr. Perkins' head where a pain
ful woond was inflicted. A physi
cian dressed the wound.
Finley Motion Pict
It will be a great .privilege to see
these magnificent pictures at the
First Congregational church this
evening. Come in time.
Gash in the Head
W. H. Perkins, .Oregonian corres
pondent, had a slight misfortune
Company Submits Tax
The Union Oil company of Cali
fornia has .submitted to the office of
secretary of state a total of S3,94Q.r
86 . in taxes for gasoline and distillate
sold in Oregon during the month of
April, j The money represents 1 cent
a gallon on 363,759.5 gallons of gas
oline itnd one-half cent a gallon on
CO.631.5 gallons of distillate.
CIIAS. KAY in
The Sheriff's Son"
' " Also
WHXH IH SALEM, OREGOIf
A Home Away from Home
Strictly Modern $1.00 per day
109 Rbm f Selld Cenfort
Only . Hotel tn Business Dlstirct
Hmall . Investment ljoans ltealt j
Ixmuis House Kental Agency,
General Property Dealing. .
JOHN It SCOTT REALTY CO.,
404-405 Hubbard Bldg.
Phone 254 Salem, Ore.
-There's one safe,, sure way to clean;
Nature's own way-s-by AIR.
The ROYAL cleans by AIR Alone!
Test it in your own home.
WELCn ELECTRIC CO.
- -; 379 State Street;
A Prirate Home-
In all of its apopintments Is what
we offer for the use of our patrons.
Mr. And Mrs. 0. E. Terwilllger,
Funeral Directors. 770 Chemeketa
St. Phone 724.
Do You Get Your Full
from your evening's paper!
If your eyes tire or blur you
need glasses. We -can supply
them, scientifically fitted and
guaranteed to give you satis
faction. HARTMAN BROS CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
N.W. Corner State & Liberty Sts.
signal at the Intersection will come I his discharge a few days ago. Mr.
up in the public rervice commission
May 23 at 10 a. m. Several ma
chines have been smashed at the
corner at various times.
Albin will go to Philomath Boon to
recuperate his health on his faier's
penallied a dollar a loot. according
to the committee. f
That F.. E. Shnfer Harness rtore.
170 Siuth Comer'-ial tirrft, has a
full line of Boston lias and fklt
eases.-; Sve them.
Cond Ved Plane
Some good as new;
your own price. E. L. Stiff & Son
Prominent Contractor Here
On his way from Oakland. CaL. to
Portland. William W!eh, former Sa
lt lem contractor, is stepping la this
Featliera ami VanArina
Have opened a general wool work
shop at 239 Court stret. They are
installing . machinery and will uo
new work and repairing. Furniture,
O. A. C. and kitchen drier, and
washing machines, etc. The shop is
called The Novelty Works.
Mark Fined 1
F. R. Stark was fined $10 In city
recorder's court yesteiday on being
found guilty by a Jury on a charge
of disorderly conduct. He was ar
rested Thursday night on a charge
of speeding and when he berated the
police he was arested on the charge
for which he was fined. He was
fined $10 Friday on the charge of
city and will remain until Monday
He had charge of the construction
work on the Hubbard building. Mr.
Welch Is attending to matters con
nected with property he owns in Sa
Tea : ;
Barton does battery work. Any
make tested free. Charging and re
pairing. Masonic temple, phone 1200.
Better Grab a Piano-
Some used pianos, almost as good
as new. will not last, lieiier grau
them. E. L. Stiff & Son.
Will Re-Rate Salem
During the next three weeks A. C.
Curry, representing Bradstreets of
New York. Is to be in Salem while
engaged in re-rating tb town. He
came here from eastern Oregon.
were be found crop prcspects excel
lent. Mr. Curry feels confident that
few. serious troubles will interfere
ith business prospects during the
reconstruction era. J
. The Willamette Valley Trafsfer
company, which operates in Salem.
but whirh has its main offices in
Work Committee to Meet v
This afternoon at 2 o'clock mem
bers of the Y. M. C. A. boys work
committee representing Salem. Wood-
burn. Turner, AumsvUle. Brooks.
Orders Are Mailed-
Ed 'Wright, secretary of the Ore
gon public service" commission, was
busy yesterday mailing copies of the
recent order of the commission in
the rate case of the Pacific Tele
phone & Telegraph company. Most
of the newspapers of the state ana
all thje city recorders in towns where
the company operates will be among
thosej favored with copies of the or
der, j Also many persons have writ
ten. Qie commission requesting cop
ies and will be accommpdated.
one-act rollicking comedy - full
of; ridiculous situations, entitled
, Who's Who or All in a Fog." Per
formers and members of the cast
are putting forth every effort in pre
paration, to make the evening as en
joyable as possible to all who attend.
Tickets are on sale at Cherrlngton's
music store, 415 Court street, and at
Will's Music store, 432 State street.
Admission 2a' and 35 cents.
Tomator Plant Tested Seed
i Ripened in Oregon, Fine plants
at. the Yew Park greenhouse. 1105
S. Twelfth. Phone 253 W.
Buys home on South Commercial
street from Mr. Larson. Considera
tion $1800. W. H. Grabenhorst
& Co., 'handled the deal.
Fleming Realty Company Report
Sales last week consummated and
finished of the residence of Joseph
Wright at 208 Bush street to the
Shukey family, new arrivals from
Nebraska, also former residence 6f
George Halvorsen at Saginaw and
Myers to Mr. Joseph Wngnt ano
wife. Also the farm of Jacob Tule-
ia near the Rickey school to Mr,
Harkett and wife, who have just
come from California.
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
and. In tact, anything yon have
to sell. 1 buy for cash. Phone
V 610 or 611. e v
W00DRY, The Auctioneer
J. Ik Wariner
Purchases improved two-acre tract
on Brooks avenue from Miranda Mc
Donald. W. II. Grabenhorst hand
led tthe deal.
Ilace Horse Sold
Bonaray, one of the popular Sa
lem race horses, was sold Thursday
by A. H. Lea, secretary of the state
fair board, to a Mr. Shultz from Al
berta, Canada. The new owner will
keep the animal in training here for
the circuit. Mr. Lea has owned Bon
aray less than a year.
Ira (J. Mercer Reaches Salem
i Ira G. Mercer, son of Dr. and Mrs.
W. L. Mercer, arrived home yester
day from Camp Lewis, where he re
ceived his discharge from the 363rd
ambulance company of the 316th
sanitary train. He reached France
in July, 1918, and saw service in the
Argonne, on the Mease and at St.
Mihiel, Ypres and Lyons, with the
IWw by IWault Given
Decree by default was given in
circuit court yesterday In the case
p..i,b r.ctrH fiW..niH nf U1 v . Barn, lurner. Aumsvuie.
. Queller against Aoam ionnarat auu Marion .Jefferson and other towns of
incorporation at me omce oi we inrmnt fnr linn for at-I. v. . . ., .v.
v y . tornev fees and for taxes ana COPIS. work tMenn at a rwnl mnrr,nrp
was given by the decree. They are interested Id extending the
Y. M. C. A. to smaller towns which
NEED THIS SPRING
Of ji Good Tonic Sledlcln, Xctt
Builder bmI Rlond Purifier
Is greater than ever before.
The nervous strain, worry and
anxiety caused by the war.
The debilitating effects of the ter
rible influenza ( grip and pneumonia.
The depletion of the blood by In
door life in winter.
Have tremendously overdrawn the
reserve strength of nearly every
man and woman.
This makes the favorite spring
medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla. mora
of a necessity now than ever before.
For your Impure, exhausted blood,
and for that extreme tired feeling
sure to come, prepare yourself now.
Today begin to recover your lost
strength by taking Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. the standard spring medicine
and blood purifier, which creates a
keen appetite, aids digestion and as
similation. Remember Hood's Pills
If yon need a mild laxative.
man. rne capitalization is given ar
$100,000. The incorporators are
George Bishop, W. J. Bishop and A.
In av Tradinir Mood?
If you want to trade in a used pi
ano for a new one. we are ready. E.
L. Stiff & Son.
Memler of the lllahee Country Club j have no regular buildilgs,
Wishing to reserve tables for the
dinner dance to be held on the 14 th
must make their reservations by
Sunday evening. Phone Mrs. O. C
Icke. Mrs. II. H. Ohlinger. Mrs. E
Arranges for Re la j Race-
Plans were laid Thursday in Port
land by L. H. Comptonj secretary of
the Salem Y. M. C. A. and Dow
X. Gillingham. Mrs. J. J. Roberts or Uyalker, superintendent! of the Mult
mlttee and will appreciate hearing
from owners' of machines, who are
willing to loan them.
Gime Warden II'
Carl D. Shoemaker, state game
warden, was in the city yesterday
from Portland. Mr. Shoemaker stat
ed that Frank M. Warren, one of
Mrs. T. A. Livesley.
Decree of divorce was given in cir
cuit court yesterday In the suit oi
Grace E. Sears against Richard Sears
nomah club, for the relay race to
take place between the two cities
probably in June. Mr. Compton made
a trip to Portland for the purpose of
the members of the commission, who ! Jn wnich cruelty was alleged by the On Ills Second Trip
with Warden Shoemaker, has been I piaintiff. Cn.tody of the four minor
under fire by the State Sportsmen s i cnndren of the couple and $12. 0
league will return next week from
the east and that a public hearing
of charges against the commissicn
determined upon by the governor
nrobablv will held In about two
weeks. The hearing was set for an
earlier date, but postponed becaris
of Mr. Warren's call east. Warden
Shoemaker leff here for Eugene.
month toward their support
given the plaintiff.
Dr. L. R. Springer, Dentist, Moore-
The great Peace edition of the
Statesman will be issued soon. All
copy for the edition must be received
very soon in order to insure its in
sertion in the edition. For Informa
tion phone 23.
Building, corner Court aad Liberty I wife Sues For Wvorc
If you hare any Junk or second
hand goods of any kind, see us
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Cbemeketa St, Phone 398
Ashland Folk visit
Mrs. A. C. Keller and her son
Robert, of Ashland are visiting at
the: home of the former's sister, Mrs.
L. II. Compton. Mr. Keller returned
from France with the 69th artillery
and is now attending . the Oregon
Get them at the Statesman Job of
fice. Catalog on application.
Concert is Cancelled
A concert scheduled by the Uni
versity of Oregon glee club for Tues
day. night of this week has been can
celled, according to information re
ceived here yesterday. The concert
has been given wiu'e publicity; and
was a much looked forward to event.
Gecval Justice Visit
Justice of the Peace H. D. Mars
of Gervais was in Salem on business
yesterday. He holds the distinction
of being one Justice of the peace
who has never performed a mairlage
ceremonv although he has been In
office four years.
Suit for-divorce alleging cruelty
wa filed In the circuit court yester
day bv L. M. Creson against W. J.
Creson. The couple marriea janu-
arv 29. 190", and have a son. five
years old of whom platntui asa
pimtndr and $30 a month toward
E. L. Stiff
dtaiMlard Acale Rooka
In duplicate. Statesman Jon of
James Marr. of Salem, who is in
the United States naval service, is
now on his second trip across the
Atlantic, according to a letter re
ceived from the young man by his
father. John Marr. He sailed from
Xew Jersey port about 10 days
ago. but at the time ef his writing.
did not know what the destination
of his ship would be. 1 11 is father ex
pects a letter in a few days contain-
ng this informaton. J
Brothers Marry Sitters-
Marriage licenses were Issued yes
terday by County Clerk Boyer to
Mark C. Matbeny to marry Inez-
Grace and to Wren K. Matheny.to
wed . Xeva L. Grace! bridegrooms
are brothers and the' brides are sis
ters, the younger brother 'marrying
the older sister. The mariages are
to take place in Sflverton today.
Both couples reside at Silterton.
On Way Rome ;
Phillip Jascoskl. who has been In
the quartermaster corps with sta
tion at Camp Lee, Vav left yester
day from Camp Lewis according to
a telegram received by his parents.
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Jascoskl. He
enlisted over a year ago and missed
goiag to France by a week, his unit
having his sailing orders when the i
armistice was signed.
The great peace edition or tne
Statesman will be issued soon. All
copy for the edition must be receive
very rcon in order to insure its in
sertion into the edition. For infor-i
mation phone 23.
The Gray Belle-
Will serve special chicken dinner
tod av from boon till S n. m. 60c
Ave are in the market to nuy
DRIED BEANS, APPLES
v and PRUNES
The People's Cash Store
. Phone 4S3. 5
186-196 North Commercial St.
Our business .
probity has been
upon numberless .
occasions. , We r
business in. a
Our services are
of the highest
character and .
meet with the
approval of all, j
Two Farms Sold
Two farms-on the river roaa nave
just been sold to new arrivals in the
ritv. J. H. Howard, of Harye. Sas-
Vitchnwan. has nurchased the
Charles Hawkes place near Salem.
vr- Ttnward is connected witn an
anto nart suddIv company in beattie
W. Matheson. who Is with a local
I jewelry store, has acquired the
Langford property in the same local
ity. ' i
A' MMMire From A at u re-
Will he eiven at 8 p. m. toaay at
tiiA First Congregational church by
means of the wonderful pictures oi
bird life as seen in our beautiful
Qregdn. Mr. r imey, our Biaie mu
loigist, will show his fine pictures at
i ; 1 .
nntlfv Yoor Walls '.
i We sell tinting and papers, uur
en's, .Commercial street.
A Announced Last Week
i The pupils for the Oregon State
school for the Blind win give an
intrtflinment at. the high school
auditorium. Wednesday evening
Mav 14. the proceeds or wnicn win
be used in the purchase of phono-
irranh records for the school.
short musical program will consti
lute the first part. The second is
U. oi 0. GLEE
Going fast. Grab one.
Gets Counterfeit Xote Warning
R. O. Knelling's Father Dies Warninr was received by Sheriff
It. O. sneinng nas neen caneu vim vesterdav from neaaquar-
Flourney. Calif., by the death of his I ters puget Sound district of the se
father. Mr. Snelling is local mana- cret BeTviCe that there Is in circula-
eer of the Associated Oil company. ion in the northwest a new counter
feit $20 federal reserve note on tne
San Frnnriurn federal reserve bank.
of the series of 1914. According to
the description given the. note. has a
distinctly faded appearance and also
Dr. Carl E. 31iller
Has opened his dental office at
510-511 U. S. bank bid. Phone -341.
Two Marriage Li'
The' following ? secured marriage
licenses yesterday: George-N. Mer,-
ten. St.' Paul, and Anna Elizabeth
Kuenlsting. .Woodburn. who are to
marry at St. Paal May 21. and
Wayne Barton Gill and Myrtle Lou
isa Olson, both of Woodburn who are
to marry at the home of the bride
today. -. ! i
Moody Files Reply Brie! -
Ralph E. Moody. Portland attor
ney, who rued a Drier amicus curia-
Jn the- case . of Olcott vs. Horr in
which he hid that Mr. Olcott is
rn ely actins; overnor. has filed an
olft brief ill rep'. to Attorney Gen-
cial Brown. Judge S.epten A. Low-
el!, of Pendleton, aud Fred W. Mnl-
Kcy. Martin L. Pir;v W im.-i m
ianc AMi'.Uhiesse.i, r ! y
Kerr, all of Port' it I. and al sup-
Pcfi:t, M.'. Olcott's side o the cas
tliarged With Stealing I .umber-
Warrant for the arrest of Guy
Howell has been sworn out in jus
tice court. He was accused of larceny
of 15 boards worth $20 from W. A.
Meet Is Called Off . .
For some unknown reason the
might be mistaken for a laundered I management of the, McM!nnvllle"col-
eehuine note. The number is
331908A and the check number is H
Come Early Today
Th Blleh theatre has an extra
special show in store for you.
W. 8. Mott, 31. D.
Rm. 408 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Councilman Reports Speeding Car
Councilman A. II. Moore reported to
ir,...., w... r-.tisrrm.if. I the oollce station at :ju p. yes-
William Watson and family who terday that an auiomopue oear.uB n-
formerly lived in Salem but for the cennumDer.i
lege track team conceited its engage
ment with the Willamette university
team which was to take place on
Sweetland field yesterday afternoon.
The meet promised to be a good at
traction for sport lovers and many
of them were " keenly disappointed.
Odd Fellows Want A at
Between 400 and 500 automobiles
will be needed by : the Odd Fellows
committee which Is; in charge of giv-
Road to Health '
. . ;
NO MATTER vhat your
ailment is, doiot think
yonr case hopeless
until yon have 'tried Chiro
practic Spinal Adjustments.
"What it has done for others
it "will do for you. Do not
through . ignorance of this
wonderful science, "shut the
1oor to vour ultimate relief
. and happiness. i .
Chiropractors do not treat,
healor cure. They eliminate
the causes-Nature cures.
. "Will be pleased to explain
to anyone how Chiropractic
principles may be applied to
their particular ailments.
Consultation and Sp!nil
Dr. 0. L SCOTT,
309-312 U.. S. . National Bank
I s - m cs.AH.. Jt ijiitii. a
. . m m m n m w a n is r w m i ( a si mm siriwwr me m a si r eai inn aim iitiuuv aw
Francll l?e reZlTtl t cltr orert to the staUon. Record, thS delegates who are to attend the
I-ranclsco have returned to tnis cur car as belonging to Percy convention of the order which will
to make their permanent home. Mr. ,c T, . rnnt K hllt t I . ... . tM. -2.
at Oregon outdoor life as seen in
those superior pictures of Mr. r miey
will be given at the First Congrega
tional church this evening.
Watson declares that his home in
Salem is far "more pleasing to him
than the whole of California.
Receipts, Notes aad AH Blanks
At Statesman job office.
o'clock Lester W. Star came into the
ctatinn and nut no $5 for his appear
ance la court, saying that- ne naa
bought the car from Blundell.
The tour will be on Wednesday and
rill ast about two hours. Justice
George H. Burnett and County As
sessor Ben F. West are on the com-1
Mot in? Still in Order
Mnvlne is still the order at tne
state nouse x ne atat "J., is a guest at the home of his brother,
ment of the -.industrial Mayor C. E. Albin. The Tormer land-
commission which for several weens France In Julr of last year and
Once a A eek
Show goers select the Bligh; to
day's bill is a knockout.
Mayor's Brother Here
G. Leslie Albin, who has Just re
turned from overseas, where he was
Th recuiar moninir imftniiR w.
the Commercial club is to be held
Wmlncular at 8 n. m. It will be an
has hfn located on the second floor! . .. 0-i . vi.ma. Lnn fnmm meeting. The social de-
back of the senate chamber, yester-1 on September 5. He arrived at Camp partment has promised some gooa
day moved again to the tnira noor 1 Lews on March 17 and Just received I entertainment ana a luncneon
Commercial Club Meets Wednesday I fffl ; ff
t.- nlr mnnthlr meetinr Of I VVlA w V vl
0nH th commission's offices once
more are in the same neighborhood! ir,
in the building. The administrative
offices have been moved to quar
ters formerly occupied by the state
- 1 .
fv Route yourj freight via
Willamette Valley Transfer Co.
Express serricej at freight rates.
Long distance hauling only.
Vhrt f'.rax Hello "
Will serve soeciai c hicken dinner
nnnn till H T). 111. HO C
lUUdJ 1 1 . . w .... - '
TnwhAiiier Is Founl
The city now has hopes of dispos
ing nf the small paving plant now
inrieLn In the municipal barn in true
whit elenhant style. A Mr. Comp
ton. who is a contractor at Brooks,
is in Salem and has offered to pur
Ao th machinery for $2000. The
bid is being looked on witn iavor uy
members of the council.
. ... i. tn.
I will not be responsible tor iiu
rnntractel bv anyone out iuseu.
Ray S. Cooper..
V .U T Kold
j, . . v ... v
- . n .rrlvl
w j. iiermoav. a recem
fmm Hastings. Nebraska, nas jusi
purchased the Charles J. Lytle home
at 95 .Marion street nu
his home in Salem.
Dr. B. F. Found
Announces the reopening of hts
dental office, 5th floor. United States
xr.Mnnal Ttanlr bnildlar. DhOne 107.
rmsinir Held nangerons
Anyone who has seen accidents or
near accidents at the intersection of
North Commercial and Union streets
on which is located the Soutnern
Pacific line connecting with the west
side routes, will help the city of Sa
lem by notifying the city attorney
B. W. Macy. jThe hearing on the
matter of compelling the railway to
nut In a wig wag or other suitable
be served. Manager T. E. Mccrosaey
yesterday sent out notices oi tne
I Cloth Effect Wall lJecoratioiw
In new tones. Buren, Com'l St-
Tire Company Sues
The B. F. Goodrich KUDoer com
nany has instituted suit in Justice
Z court against II, J. Miller and FeHx
T Usaacson asking judgment for $65. 76.
S 1 .i, j l ; 1 1 r
rne sum is aiiegeu uut uu a um ii
InveNtigates Chines Trouble-
Raphael P. uonnam, unuea Mates
immigration inspector from Portland
was in the city yesterday lnvestigat
ing the recent Chinese troubles here
The result of his visit has not been
made public. Mr. Bonham is well
known in this city, where he attend
ed Willamette University. He is a
son of former Circuit Judge Bonham
Are oval shaped, they give
a wide range of vision 1 Lrt
us make your Glasses
Bush Bank Bldg.
. Thone 625.
The Bight Color is the Big Thins
When you are tinting. . We have
splendid new tones. Huren's. Com
To Whom It May Concern:
I was afflicted with a cancer of
my nose about as large as a gooa
sized marble. ' Among others I ap
plied to Dr. S. C. Stone for relief.
The doctor applied a medicine for
a few days and in about twelve days
the cancer dropped out. the place
healed up nicely and has caused me
no trouble ajnee.! I can cheerruuy
recommend tlfe dector and bis treat
ment to others who may be afflicted
with cancer. This was In December
Salem. Oregon.lJuly 27. 118.
j L. F. BURT.
Salem.. Oregon J Route S. Box 52.
I will be pleased to refer you to
many other peojle whom I have re
cently cured of tancer. .
S. C STONE, 11 D.
(Stone's Drug Store)
211 North Cousuiesxlal Street
Consultation and Advice Free.
On account of the illness of the
acompanist, the concert by the choir
of the First Presbyterian church
which was to have been given Mon
day night, has been postponed until
a later date.
Crowd of Grouches Expected
. A large attendance Is expected at
the Commercial club lunch at the
Marion hotel Monday noon, the
members of the committee having
been told by many members of the
club that they are planning to at
tend to hear the complaints. . All
speeches wll be of a growling nat
ure. and the speakers will be as
signed their topics upon being Intro
duced. Boosting speeches will be
Poke Hats! The very name
carries 'with It a wealth of
newness and demure -charm.
But the Poke hats of today
have a dash aad sparkle which
- bespeaks their Paris origin for
the Poke style has been re
juvenated as well as revived
In slse they may .be small,
large or medium trimmed
with ostrich feathers, flowers ,
or ribbon: Always attractive '
and when made of transparent
'horsehair or machine braid
they are altogether bewitching".
The "Mitxr Sailors, also,
are as becoming as they are
saucy and The French Shop
demonstrates their versatility.
Our windows reveal the en
trancing loveliness bt these
new versions. a -,
115 N. High St. r
T Qf course, anyhodr can say hU Soda Water is 'Good"
but apparently there are comparative degrees or goouness.
Z . If you enjoy really GOOD Soda, step in and see how ours
T tastes. e don't believe that you will be disappointed.
SCHAEFERS . DRUG STORE
. .-. "The Penslar Store."
135 North Commercial Street. Phona 197
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