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Tim OREGON STATESMAN: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1020.
We have a few extra fine adjusted movements in gentlemen's
pocket watch mes at exceptionally low prices. If you need a
good time keeper, come in and see these specials of ours.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Jeweler am Opticians
I The l. M. C. A. Snltnminc Tank was theirs a well as hers, hr-rana
I now ready for ue atuiin nnl their influcn- and encouragement
the ladit-s' swlmi'ie cl.fsseq Will ! had cnnrrcil her fin In vr1trx- K
! resinned today. All will be ni.i !.. also said that whatever she had a-
Weicome. U-ouiDlished had been due in a larea
pnrt to the careful training and in
struction that fhe had received
Willamette, ard th:tt she vpn neve
prouder than now to he a "Willam
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Minneotnn Uit Here
Levi riiirir mil hi sn. livln
Charter of ftedvr-.d Kail. Minn.,
ate guesis at the home of Mr. Char
ter's Hpter,"" Mr. Mary M. Maker.
1513 Saginaw street During Mr.
Charter's sdiort acquaintance with
Oregon ho has Wen greatly im
pressed with Ihe Oregon climate and
opportunities. He has disposed of
his farm at Redwood Fall with the
Intention of locating In this vicinity.,
jt jspeciat meeting or Sainn
ijm Ixdpe No. 4. A. F. & A. M.
IfcJfl this evening. Work in th
K. A. degree. Visitors wel'-
Salem i favorable 'weather conditions, will
, ue neta on saiuruay. January l. tn
jr-iff Dance Moe Hull '
- Friday eve. instead of Hurst hall
Thursday eve. C.iven by the Kniehts
i and Ladies of Security.
At the"" Gray
Belle. S to 10.
Kiln to Ct tulOOO
The Salem Tile ajid Mercantile
company. Tile road and Southern Pa
cific railroad tracks, obtained a per
mit yesterday from the rity recor
der to erect two baking ktlns and
to repair two of the tile factories,
at an estimated cost of $3UJ.
Basketball Tonight and Thursday
Whitman college vs. Willamttt
1. Salem prmory 7:30 p. m. Con
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iue ihinori w ttie iisouuur cnnrni. i TnP rg.ale nf the late John
A program of vocal and instrumen
tal music will be given, inters-perse
'f hy short speeches. During the even-
RHcy Play Announce! ) lug a supper will be served by the
Prof. Delia Crowdr Miller an- j 'Ladies Aid satiety.
Bounced in .chapel Tuesday that the - 1 r-;
second part of the Riley play will be j Make it Snappy, Men
given. The date, however. Is post-! Armory. Fiitisy. American legion
poned until a suitable place in which j dance. 1
to give the program ina; be found.
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j HI IMIIIIU N ."M .1 H
jschnick was appraised nt $717.37.
r.y a report tiled in county court ye.v
e red-ay. ly t. August Weinberger.
Charles Meier and Kva Krenz, ap-praisers.
; Whitman College vs.
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: Recrpt km ' Tin n nel
The reception, arranged by
Wilsonville Methodist church
Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Hates when
had to tbe postponed because of un-
! Due to the recent fire which de
stroyed so large" a part of Waller
'hall in which was located the col
the''ege chapel, the chapel 'exercises are
for ! now leing held in the Sunday school
room of the First Methodist church.
j Instead of being held every day as
rornterivy tae cnapei exercises now
are held on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Company, Fall In
At American legion dance,
ory, Friday. SI rer couple.
' . ' In
kX ADVENTURE IX'
Tot Kiddies, per pair rue
264 North Commercial Street
Miss Canison Write?
At the Willamette university chap
el on Tuesi'ay a letter was read from
Miss Margaret (Jarrison. the Wil
lamette graduate who recently won
her contes". aalrst eastern com
petitors and thus won a national rep
utation both for herself and her col
lege. In her letter Miss Garrison
told the students that the victory
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved City and Farm Property
Capital Credit A Adjustment Co.
416 Masonic Temple
S. C, Itanium Here '
i-orest supervisor s. c iiarrruni
is in Salem watching the proceedings
at the special legislative sefcslon. II.
is indirectly interested in the fish
ana game connssion snaKe-up and i he used for a
i lie ouieoiiie cji i ne prjj jsea i'pi- , nfo'i? ble CJist
latipn affecting the coniinifnim He
is greatly pleased with the- airplane
forest patrol experiment tried out
last summer, having himself made
s vernl flights with the aviator and
rained much valuable additional in
formation on the topography of the
Cascade f rest reserve divtrict which
could not be obtained so satisfac
torily in any other way. This new
branch of'th? forestry patrol ser
vice has probably com? to stay. He
mo t thrilling experience in airplane
patror observations last summer was
a force I landing alter their airplane
motor Flopped at a heighth of 30i-
feet. The landing was effected
Mac h foe to Dulld Hou.e
A building permit was issued Mon
day to V. M. larn to erect a one
story frame building at lllsh and
Lincoln streets. Th building will
store location. Th
of construction is
$lt0t. W. II. Hetzel was given a
permit to repair a dwelling at a coat
ii S. Ijtplpy fa.
Outfitters to Women, Misses and Children
Nobbitt, both of Medford. have filed
for the appropriation of the water
from the Medford city reservoir, for
the irrigation of small tracts near
Card of Thank ' '
We wish to thank our mnnv'j
friends for their kindness and floral L
offerings at the death of Lunik
Corbet t. Mrs. J. S. TaInr and (J silly.
V. W. V. A. Chicken Dinner
W'ednesday evening. Jan. 14.
p. in. 7ji a plate.
V. Xredhum Ah.Mit IWthy lilks
.".rS State St. Phone 400.
High and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
Farm Produce. Eggs, etc.. Paying
Highest Cash Market Prices'.
e.gle dress siuirrs
92.00k $3XK to f 10.00
311 State Street !
- The Knppenhclmer IIous In Salem
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
New Location :
231 Conrt St. -Opn. Court Hoose
THE FTRXlTjrRE MAX
makeand hang yonr drape
Largest Stock of Drapery.
340 Court Street.
Electric Machinery and Engineering
EXPERT ELECTRICAL WORK
475 So. Commercial St. Phone 95B
f yonr monumental work la solicit
d, kindly ak the solicitor for oar
Capital Monumental Works,
1210 S. Com. St. Phone 685, Salem
The Store of Housewares
Wood, Coal or Gas Ranges
The cas of Join Moore again'
Jack Madden, proprietor of a Sa
lem reslaurant. for damages was dis
missed in Judjze Fnrugh s court yes-
erday. It was claimed that Moor?
vas lnjure.1 bj tailing trom a iau
'er. while washing the windows of
Maddcn's restaurant and h filed
ruit for dan, ages lor injures alleged
o have b.?m sustained.
Store llMited lloblel
C. II. (;.-iman reported to the po
lice yesterday that his store at Nine
teenth and State streets.-was en
tered Monday night by thieves. wh
made awav with three dollars in
pennies, some cigars, cigarettes and
gum. Mrj Ostman claimed that pre
vious to this his .store was entered
two weeks ago. the culprits taking
almost the same amount of articles
that were missed Monday night. It
is belie. ed that they gained entrance
through a window in the rear of the
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
Motor in t who are looking for
trong-. serviceable car with elegant
ody lines and int-rnr apeculcalloru
hat assume maximum rrrvice ana
v-tnomy at a reasonable price should
.v this cur.
LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
1S So. rtanrrHal Street.
lip gal J'.lanks
tiet them at The statesman office
Catalog on application.
Dance at Auburn Hall
Next Saturday night. Five pice
orchestra. Excellent flooi.
Five More IWgut 1ecks Ke;wrteil
Five bogus checks were reported to
the police yesterday, these added to
the taree reported at the sheriiri's
ofilce Monday make a total of eight
bad checks discovered to be passed
upon local stores in the past few
days. The checks obtained yester
day are of the same nature as those
reported to the sheriff Monday.
fictitious name Is signed on the
check for both payer and payee. Thy
were used to make small purchases
such as groceries, haberdashery and
so on. Uoth the city anl county of
ficials are working upon the case.
ucts; not Sunkist. Sin sweet, or Bkoo-.
kum but something better, for tn
something that is better in onr bet
ter fruits and nuts. The $100 riz Is
for the name; then will come an
other prtx- for a design, and per.
haps another for a slogan. W3ar
in a name?" There Is millions la
After jot read tbe Ealem slogan
J pages of tomorrow, you will be hypa-
thetically jf. eking yourself becaus
you have not been raising gooseber
ries, or mere cooseberrlea.
How to Bathe Face
to Remove WrinUts
Wednesday nlgftt. Moose hall.
Funeral nf Former Salem Woman
Mrs. Esther, Iwis died at thy
home of her daughter. Mrs. Dan
Daniger. in Portland, on Monday.
January 2. Mr. lwis lived In Sa
lem till about thre years zo and
was well known here. Funeral ser
vices will he at City View cemetery
this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
135 N. Liberty St. Phone 67
Interest Bearing Investment
HAWKINS & ROBERTS t
204.207 Orrgnn Building
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
387 Court Street
Music mod Musical Merchandise
Sonora Dealer In Salem
41 S Court St. Salem, Oregon
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators. Fenders and Oaa
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th St. Salem. Or-.
Cna,1n Would lie Citi
Stating his desire to become a riT-
rcn of it nited states, Javid
Archibald hodge Z. 138 North Meeting
Twelfth street. Tiled his first papers! ..
-ith the county court yesterday. Mr.
Hodge is a larmcr bv occupation and
lormerly wis a subject of England.
md a native of Canada, ard cam
Of the stockholders of the Thos
Kav Woolen Mills Co.. will be held
hio-. it r.oiarliahle a.triaceat a4 Iwai
r.-t-r! k- Win. kMta. r'.rrrr vmbm al
" rttr hare hm a.iac tW t
lit. fr k.ia -n ..." tktr m.
r. a nklr. draw IUWr rkta aU
rerk Lark ! aoratal. After iiiic ta ante-
oa. Ih - waae4iat.lv fU Bark firmer.
T. tighta-a rt.alr all arrrr llaa far..
o r.4ariac l-ar anJ aariiaeaa. Taa form.
r'a 1: !di-.4 aaaalile. am raaer. iia-
In ailrlt karri, mr-hmll piat.
Th-a inrrerftrata are nt eoara .rf-rtly
knUu an4 lWr ia 4 iftw-a:! im fctjJa-
ng i arm ai y !"f tore. - , .
William Zosel of Liberty Is enjoy
ing a pleasure and business trip in
the south. He writes very favorably
of the California climate and at
present the weather Is ideal la the
extreme southern part.
Lee L. Gilbert leaves today for
Seattle cn a shoit business trip.
U. W. Laflar left last night for a
business trip of three or four. days
' Fred L. Boalt, editor of the Port-
nt the office of the company In Sa-1 ,anJ?. -ews. was nere yesterday.
i v naries 11. r isner was nere yes-
J lorn on . Tuesday, the
:o the United States August . 1S73.
Grimm Estate Appral
The estate of Inez' Grimm was ap-
rralsed to ft valuation of tlb.96"
by a report filed in county conrt yes
terday by Willis Wolfer. F. M. Dar
ren and W. II. Palmer, appraisers of
the property. The estate is com
posed of real property.
"a i .
20th day of - naries n. r isner
January. 1920 at 9:30 a. m. Election "
directors will he held and any other
business that may properly come be
fore the meeting. E. J. Swafford.
State Exams This Week '
State examinations will b giver.
Thursday and Friday, to the pupils
o fthe elementary grades cf the ktate
public svhocds who failed last semes
ter in the bubjects of geography and
uhysiology, and were passed on condition.
Former Salemlte Here
George O. Goodell of Eugene, for.
merly a resident of Salem, and well
acquainted here. Is at the Bllgh ho
tel. Mr. Goodell is a special sub
scription agent of the Curtis Pub
lishing company which publishes the
Saturday TSvenlnr Post, the LrdieV
Home Journal and the Country Gent-
Itleman. and recently won second
place in a contest participated In by
Curtis agsnts all oyer the United
States for an article describing the
advaantages to be derived from ad
vertising the Country Gentleman In
the local newspapers. A substan
tial cash prize added to the satis
faction felt at being able to win over
m many competitors.
Superior funeral service for less.
V. W. C. A. iliicken Dinner
Wednesday evening, Jsn. 14, j to
p. m. T.'.c a plate.
D. H. M0SHER
: . Righ Class ''
! 471 Conrt Street
Phone 100 ;
SMITH'S CIGAR STORE
LEXINGTON SIX ;
AUBURN JBE-TJTY SIX
ELC.Ul FIERY FOCTt
B. .ft C.-MOTOR CO.
Victor, Palhe and Windsor
L L STIFF & SON
REMEMBER ' i 1 '
that we fa the fclrtieat prtec
CAHPKTS. STOVK4. MAC1U.VKHT
I A.1D TOOLS
.Dont Sell atiythtnir before you see us.
THE CAPITA!. HAHIIWAKtS A.I
. J ri'R'SlTl'K CO.
M V. CeaVI St. rkeate 4
Seed and Table Stock. Bur
bank's Netted-Gems. Red Rose,
White Rose and Gold Coin. Get
them now, they won't last long.
Phone 717. Office 542 State St.
Warehouse Trade and High
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also 40 local hauling:.
481 State Street
Our Specialty: j
Oysters rFIsh Chops
Chill Con Carne j
J. D. MADDOX, Prop.
I DO. t. MALI. Ti1L90!T -
210.211 C. S. National Daak Dlds.
j U.S. GARAGE
ESI Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT AniTSF.n rata
SPECIAL New series 8tndehaker.
talue 1H25. today $1200. u. S-
Garage., phona 1761
JUNK AND MACHINERY OF ALL
We also buy second-hand goods.
If you have anything to sell for a
Rood price call 308. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
171 Chemeketa St. Salem, Ore.
CITY CLEANING WORKS
Cleaners oX Quality
Cleaning Dyeing RCp airing
121 8tate St. Phone T0I
WUEX IX SALEM. ORECOS
A Home Away from Horn
Btrictly Xlodern $1 00 per day
IOO HMm ef Sella) Ceaaferl
Only Hotel In Buainesa District
f Ul Dr.GB.0"Neili
W T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Directors
tmall Invcartmevit lxMutaKealty
Loans Uoo sLntal Agency,
General Property Dealing.
JOHN IL SCOTT REALTY CO.,
4 04-4 OB Hubhard Bldg.
'hone 264 Sarem. Ore
Let ns prove to yon that our prices
are less. Some good bargains In new
and used pianos.
THR WILEY R. ALLEN CO.
" mmmmm aw mrm " I ej-aa. aaa m ta avaa m wm afSasSMSSSa a ak
519 Court St. Derby building
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORY
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
222 North Liberty Street
USED CAR BARGAINS
1916 Ford; 5-passenger Buick. 1D18
Studebaker, 7 passenger; 5 passen
ger Overland: 1318 Dort, all over-
SALEM VELIE COMPANY
102 North Com'I
WILLARD- Storage Battery
238 N. nigh St. Telephone 203
One Ovreland, nearly new, six cylln- J
der, 5 passenger, equipped all Cord;
Tires and one extras new. Guaran
teed in Al shape for $1250.
PEOPLES CASH STORE
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
?4 S State St. Phone 311
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
snd. La tact, anything you hare
to se.a. I buy for rash. Phone
110 or 511.
W00DRY. The Auctioneer
Watkins Menthol Cam
phor Watkins Cream of Cam
phor Watkins Laxative Grip
Watkins Mustard Ointment
Watkins Anodine Cough
Watkins Laxative Cough
Can yon belt these for a coll
Jast ask anyone who has
ussd them. .
M. W. ROWLEY
The Watkins Han
Phone 402 331 N. Liberty
;rl.l Addr- .Men
iMonday tvening the Men's Broth-
rhood of the First Christian rhurch
held its first monthly supper In the
..triors of tpe church. Dr.'S. J. Held.
he Irish .-vngelist. Dr. G. F. Holt
of the Flrrt Baptist church. J. v .
Trov. son leader vat the ' Baptist
hurch. O. E. Ross, president cf the
BaDtlst nrotheihood. T. K. .Mctrro-
ky. secretary of th Commercla!
lab. and the pastor. K"v. Inland
Porter were th speakers. O. J
Hull of the local Y. M. C. A. served
A the Cray Belle. 8 to 10.
MARICvi R. Milo Ropn. Otto
Joel. T. McTaggart. T. II. Looker
San Francisco: L. K. Turis. Mr. and
irs. J. L. Bnrnside. Seattle: A. C
Ixon. G. . Marshfleld. Enjtene: T
Uigman. J. 11. Crane. II; F. McKle-
rer. G. O. Buick. L. F. Jacobson
I'LIGH J. E. Loffren. Miss J. M
Pendesast. R. W. Gill. V. E. Flsch-
ner. . L. Garrett. Bert Jackson.
Portland; P. II. Peterson. Myrtle
Point; II. M. Schubert. Reno. Nev.:
J. J. Strangel. Forest Grove; W. R
Kanr. m. Arthur. Seattle: Arthor
Clark. Corvallis: Mr. and Mrs. T. H
Uell. Walnut Grove. Minn.
ARGO V. C. llubu. Turner: Mrs
O. B. Kneeboue and sister. Falls
City; Mr. and Mrs. R. Campbell. L.
Bergman. Portland. .
BITS FOR BREAKFAST
THE SKIN i
with the famous Johnson's Shaving
Cream Soap. Makes a rich lather J
for a quick shave. . j
Other Daily Comforts
For Men Folk .
Such as raxorV face iotionv. hair
tonics, brushes, etc. Everything
right up to the mark. I'"
135 North Commercial St
Grabam Funeral Tilay '
The funeral services of Jerry
Graham will be held from the Ris-
don parlors today at 1 a. ra. Buri.il
will be In Citv View cemetery. He
loaves a wife and daughter. Mrs.
Arvilla Matlirk and two grandchil
dren all of this city, also a brother.
Thomas Graham of Salt Lake City.
1020 Calendar for Practical l'
llomer II. Smith. McCormack bldg
CJ. A. K. Funeral
Memlors of Sedgwick ost No. 10.
G. A. R. and Civil war veterans wiii
turn out and attend the funeral of
our late comrade and former mem
ber of Sedgwick post, at the Uipdon
undertaking parlors. Wednesday.
January .14. at 2 o'clock In the af
ternoon. Burial In the G. A. R.
circle. City View cemetery. J. M.
Watson, commander; I). Wenster.
Government by majority.
m mm m
That is what we have.
Extending even to our. highest
Three members of the Oregon su
preme court say the law is the law
of reason that the Intent of th
fundamental lawmakers should be
regarded that in case of vacancy
in office the people aheuld have a
chance to fill that office at the first
opportunity. But four members of
that court say that this matter waj
Isottled once, a lone time ago. there
fore the rule of stare- decisis mnst
hold; and there is also a dispute by
the other three members even ot
this point they hold thjt the four
are reading into the Chad wick cas
a meaning and a instruction that
it does not contain.
B"t the four against the thre
make up the decision the -rule by
So let ns not complain; thong'.i
nine-t-ntbs or ns belitve that th
leople ought to hae a chance to
elect at the first opportunity. Which
is a fact.
Rather let us btame our foo!
selves for not providing for a lieu
The Oregon Grower' Cooperative
association is offering a 1100 price
for a trad- name for Oreron prod-
YOU know that the eating
of good bread is beneficial
to yonr health. The cream of
wheat comes to us in the finest
flour. We combine the purest .
of ingredients with a marreXous
expertness and make such a
treat as Peerless Bread possible.
THE PEERLESS BAKERY.
Philip Winters, Prop. "
170 N. Com. St. Phont247
Oregon theater. Friday. Saturday.
An Important Mectlnsr
Of the Salem Six o'Clock club will
be held from 6 to 8 o'clock Ih'n
(Wednesday) evening In the lecture
room of 'the First Methodist churrN.
Indge II. I.. Benson will rreside an.l
Hon. R. A. Booth will address the
club on "Good Roads nnd the Work
of the Slate llirhway Conimlf!.n."
Men of Salem invited. Snpier 4't
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
' Established 1863
General Banking Business
Office Flours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
At the Gray
Belle. S to 10.
Water Andlcalf. ns
Applicatuiiis for irmit to rprJ
priat walor hnve bec-n filed in tr."
office of Percy A. Cupper. t.iate en
gineer, by the Tumalo irr'gation dis
trict covering the construction of the
Crane Prir-e reservoir for th i'cr-
age of r0.ono acre feet of the wat
ers o fthe West Fork leshutes riv
er, for th Tumalo Irrigation dis
trict. T.iis 4trirt has recently
been organized and includes approt
lr.T.:y 12.r0n seres of the Tumih
project. Noah S. Bennetl. and H. L.
Is Brimfull of Food value and delidoussess.
It's Sdentifkally and Sanitarily Mads .
BAKE-RJTE BAKING CO.