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TITC OREGON STATESMAN: SATlTtDAV, JANTARV 17, 102O."
Jly one-lhiril of a century m continuous
practical experience in Wrrccting chil
dren's eyes qualifies me;to do this work
thoroughly and well.
- Nine Years', Practice in Salem
During the nine years I have practiced niy profession in Salem.
I havei successfully fitted glasses for over l."00 children from 5
to 16 years of age roiin Polk and Marion counties.
IJHng your children to me and I will tU you frankly
whether they need glasses or not. Don't let them lit? retarded
in school or handicapped in their work by poor e'esight. Eye
defects can ho corrected much more readily during childhood
than later in life. My prices arJvery reasonable.
j I guarantee my work to give perfect satisfaction in every
: respect. . " ; i
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
FITS GLASSES CORRECTLY
211-212 Oregon-Duilding (formerly Hubbard bldg.) Thonc 443
n the Threshold
Of a New Church Year" and "The
Heart Cry of Christianity" will b
Hr. Kantn-r'n mtuuhi topic on Sunday.
100 OahMidara for I'ritrtlral I'l
Homer 11. Smith. McCortnack bldg
lUnly Ai rivet Today '
The body of Uev. Silas Williams
of Tallman. who died yesterday In
Albany, will arrive In Salem on the
2 o'clock Southern Pacific train and
the funeral rartv will nroceed from
the station to th Warren cemetery
In tne wamo nuis. unaer me airf
tion of the Illation undertaking e-
NVwIiptr Mnn Marries ' f
tjf ruitl II. Iiatn, - . ui .irwiiuii;.
secured a marriage llcen: yesterday
from County Clerk I'.oyer to wed Al
um A. Maker. 2 1. of Turner. The
ceremony will be p-rfoimd today.
X. Needhiim ln-ut JUI.jr 4'hWks
:..'.S State St. Phone 40H.
Dance at Auburn Hall
TonlrhJ. . Good;,loor.j,Fio piH
n. 1 O. K. Dance-
Tuesday evening, Jan. 20, for Klk?
ilee Club on Tour . .
The Itov's (!hf ttiib of Willam
ette university started last night on
a week end Ringing tour. They will
give musical programs at Jefferson
and Monroe. The boys tj go on
this trip are John Medler. Kdwln
Koeolofskl. Harold Emml, lxren
rtasler. Paul Day! Ross Miles. Mr.
Craven. Frances Cramer. Lauren?"
Davies. Henjamin Rickli. Noble Moc
dy. Vernon Sackett, Floyd Mclntyre.
Fred McOrew. and Ivan Orner.
Prof.(John It. Sites, their Instructor,
will accompany the Willamette s'ng-ers.
KO Mien Get AM
More than SO ex-service men at
he Willamette university
received their first allotment ' from
the state educational aid fund.
Thursday. Those who entered at th
beginning or the student year, re
ceivedv payment for two and one
half months, which was up to Ik
cember first and amounting to S62-
.50 The payments were delayed ow
ing to the absence of President Ho
Tonight. O o'clock
Dance at armory.
Special meeting, of Salem
Lodge No- 4, A. F. &A. M.,
tots evening. Work In' the
M. M. degree. Visitors wel
Tonight, 9 o'Clock
! Dance at armory.
Widow is Appointed
The will of Christian Wenger who
died January 8. wai admitted to pro
bate la county court yesterday. Ills
widow, Anna Wenger, 56. was ap
pointed administratrix of the tstate.
which consists of real and personal
property to the probable value of
$18,500, and will serve without bond.
The will left by Mr. Wenger men
tioned as heirs. Anna Wenger. 56s.
widow; Daniel Wenger, 49, son. and
Mary M. Harl, 35, daughter, all of
whom live in Marion county. The
appraisers selected were William
Kaufman, Jacob Zurchi and Freder
We d like to see
dance at armory.
your smile at
Get them at The Statesman office
Catalog on application.
litikil Vi&it Session
vis. Dotson. orincinal of the Yew
PnrU Bcbool. and tho nixlh grade of
h!s Bthool visited the legislature, me
state prlntine office and me siui?
hrin vesterdav afternoon. There
were about 40 pupils In the party
Mrs. CJrnbnni Petition?
l.ucv V. Graham. 51. petitioned
the county court yesterday to be. ap
pointed administratrix of the estate
of Jerry Graham, husband, who died
January 11. He left about $4000 of
real and $4500 worth of personal
Property. It tfas alleged that there
was no will In evidence, air. ura
ham had one child, an adopted daugh
tei, Avllla Matlock. 23. who lives In
Portland. The men suggested as ap
praisers were W. S. Low, H. K. Cur
tis, and David Eyre.
Wlih a live meeting Sunday even-
ling at First Congregational churcn.
Misa Nell Fake, leader.
We'd like to see
dance at armory.
i - . .
Interesting Motion Pictures
At First Congregational church
Sunday eveninz "The Fair Ground-)
jat Iluenos Ayres' and "The Military
For Kiddles, per pair. .. ...... .tSOc
i 254 North Commercial Street
r ELECTRIC RESTAURANT
V- i 481 State Su-et
J' i Our Specialty: i .
Oyiten Fish Cliopi
V ! Chill Con Came l ;
J.D. MADDOX, Prop.
tht w pay th Hec for
CAHrcrra, stovks. MACuiMtsaT
Dm't tell anything bfor yon
tax. Ca'l t- 41
Interest Bearing Investment
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
304J207 Oregon tlnildlng
LLOYD L RAMSDEN
387 Court Street
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved City and Farm Property
Capital Credit A. Adjustmemt Co.
lr 416 Masonic Temple
your smile at
Hie Annual Sleeting
Of the stockholdeis or the inos
tr-. rv-ntn Mill Co.. will be hell
-t the office ojf the company in So-
20th day of
it'iia f' ' . .
lantnry. 1920 iat 9:30 a. m. Election
directors will be held and any other
business that may properly come be
fore the meeting. K. J. swauoru.
Superior funeral service ior
- r M ' -
I "KfCbr Male atf
Here U Yonr CtuBV UW Leom ,
About tractors. A tractor school
will be held In Salem. Oregon on Jan
uary 1 and 20. at tiifitnaries "
Arrherd Imulement Co.s store from
! a. m. until 4 n. m. each day. Thl
w r.nte conort unity for - 'factor
owners and all who are interested in
farm power. You will get aonvo val
uable first hand Information on trac
tors. Pome nrenared to ask 'ines-
tlnns. This school will be 'absolutely
free to all. There will b nothinr
rr.r.,i fnr S3 la n.t J here will be
nn sell'na talks. Th tract tr school
will be held by the International Har
riir rnnininv and will be thor
ouRhly practical In every way; The
Instrnctors ore-men' who have been
handling tractors for a nnmber of
years and not only anow iracior.
rrom the standpoint X theory, but
have operated them, and can giv
you the benefit ot their practical ex
perience. Every owner or a tractor
or engine is Invited to attend this
school. Charles R. Archerd . Imple
T0y Mother says I ought" to be
I reading something deep.' -Glmme
"Twenty Thousand Taos under
the Sea." -Boston Trattsmpr. -
BLOUSES FOR GENERAL WEAR
In the Moose deDartment there is'alwavi torriethinV new. In a fast morinp ilock
the opportunity is greater for a wider choice of styles features. Pretty touches of
. emhroiderv. daintv lace trimminsr. rows of hand stitchinc A visit here ii well
9 9 m - - 9 W 17 " -"
worth while. Always a wide range of prices.
Most: . mod Mimical MefttoAadlae
BoBora Dealer In Salem
41S Court St. ' Salem, Oregon
llocls of the
Man Six" "Auburn
lleantv . Six'f and
"Elcor Fiery Four" now on exhiW
tion at 178 N. Commercial.
Brassieres of Quality and Style
They are so daintily made and yet so durable in wearing qualities that yon will
want several for present and future wearing. The ones now 'showing have an
exterior loveliness of appearance that is not always found in brassieres.
I. &. g-htult g '(Ho.
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure
Marion L. E. Xlner. Henry M.
Parks. I.. O Porker. P. II. KurhoU.
A. H. Lanier. M. Watford, J. J. Mc
carty, K. W. Ducher. J. II. llnnnlng.
Portland; E. H. Uur.bea. Astoria;
Mrs 1 M. Wilkins. Kuzene: lr. J.
CuertuT, Rnd; Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Wilson. Cedar Falls. Idaho.
IHlght Mrs. Panline Riley. France
R. Burnett. Elmer C. Flippey. Albert
Scott, M. R. Carpenter. S. E. Wat
kins. Frame E Weed. R. A. Illrsh.
Portland; A. K. Peep. Marsh field;
Mrs. A. L. Coolidce. Stayton.
Arjto Miss Bertha Gale, Oeore
Sines, W. A. Cornell. Portland; Car;
Ellis. Mill City.
THE FlTtXlTUKE MAS
make and bang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
H0 Court Street.
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators. Fenaera ana w
Tractor Radiators Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th St. Salem. Or.
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE J personal mention
Motorists who are looking- for a
strong-. serviceable car wtin eieg-ani
body unea ana interior ivw
that iiiuim maximum ervlc ano
economy at a reaaonabU prlca should
LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
1S . rwrill Street.
Electric Macnlnery and Engineering-
EXPERT ELECTRICAL WORE
iH So. Commercial St. Phone 865
CITY CLEANING WORKS EYEGLASSES
Cleanen of Quality THAI rll
Cleaning Dyeing Repairing
12C1 State St. . Phon T0J
DR. U. HALL. WILSON
210-211 V. S. NatkmaJ Damk Bldg.
' BISHOP BROS
nih and Perry SU. ' Phone 1400
Farm Produce. Eggs, etc., Faying
Highest Cash Market Prices.
ff Tonr monumental work lfl solicit-1
ML, kindly ask tne solicitor ior oar
rnital Monnmental works.
1210 & Com. St. Phone 11, Salem
W T. R1GD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Director!
U. S. GARAGE ,
KK4 Ferrr Street
vsim TtITT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New seriet Stndebaker,
I . t
vain I1S2S. todar sixov. u. o.
Oarage. Phone 1763
A. E. Dall of Ballston who has
been In Salem for a few days visit
ing friends, returned to bis home last
WPliam McGilchrlst returned yes
terday noon from a short business
trip to Tacoma.
Frank Munkers and W. C. Ixkke
of Dallas left Monday for Fallon.
Nev., after making a rhort visit at
the home of their aunt. Mrs. Ed
Keene, on Front street. They ex
pect to locate in Nevada.
IS NOT OPPOSED
the damage as rapidly as possible,
that the public may not be unnec
essarily dei'rived of the use of (he
books. Durinc the tim of repairing
tbe library wfTT b op-n far cirr-ala-
tlon books. Just as long as is prac
tical, daring the. boars 1 d. m. to
6 p. m. and 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. Tfceso
hourfwlil t subject ti change when
necessity demands It. but Lhf notices
of chanpe.will be ulren to'the news-
napers as btxn as known br the li
brarian. ' '
I AW tewwjicft 4. Wtrk lUim parol .
With the building in its present
condition, pnd the reference books
out of repair, it la impossible for tbe
urual reference work to be carried
on. The room cannot be kept com
fortable or quiet for stndy. but any
questions that are brourht to th
desk ill be answered, as fully as
Are Subject to Attachment
The senate jresterday paased sen
ate bill No. 34. Introduced by Moser.
and making the Oregon property of
foreign corporations subject to at
tachments in Oregon courts.
Norblad's bill No. IS. amendln
the rod relative to the power of
municipal corporations designated
as "ports" was passed. The bill al
lows ports to Increase their limit of
indebtedness from 10 per cent to IS
per cent and also allows the port of
Astoria to bond itself for the pur
chase of a st to turn over to th
government for a proposed naval
base at Astoria.
Senator Thomas assailed the bill
it extends to
on the ground that
. The' port of Portland has the
power.- said Norblad.. -Why should
n't we have It? We want a Wit line
railroad W we can complete the fln-
id ocka on the Paclfe coast-' '
OUR facilities are
of the highest -character.
equipped to satis
fy the most ex
acting client. The
duct of oar stair
matches the np-to-dateness
r EAGLE DRESS SHIRTS
$2.00, $3.00 to 10.0O ,
344 State Street
, The Knppenhelmcr ' House In Salem
The Store 'of Housewares
Wood, Coal or Gas Range
Let na prove to yon that onr prices
are less, gome gooa oar gains w
and used pianos.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
S19 Court St. Derby building
A PERFECT CIGAJL
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORY
Hmall Investment Loans MiceJty
Losna ilosue stntal Agency,
QeneraJ' Property Dealing.
jniiw Tt iiroTT REALTY CO.
iai.aOK Hubbard Bldg.
?hone 214 8alem. Ore.
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOR WORK AND FIXTURES
222 North Liberty Street
135 N.Liberty St. Phone 67 USED CAR BARGAINS
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
251 Court SL Opd. Court House
D. H. M0SHER
.;' High Clasa T'
474 Court Street
Seed and Table Stock". Bar
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 Hign
1916 Ford? B-naasenger Baick, 1918
Stndebaker. 7 passenger; 5' passen-
gerOverland; 1918 uori, aa over
hauled. . -
SALEM VEUE COMPANY
102 North Com'l
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. High St Telephone 203
SMITH'S CIGAR STORE
Victor, Pathe and Windsor
x Talking Machines
: ?;LL STIFF SON-
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hauling.
One Ovreland. nearly new. six cylin
der, 6 passenger, equipped, all Cord
Tires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed In Al shape for 11250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
146 State St. Phone 811
J I NK AND MACHINERY OF A IX
We also buv neroml-hand goods.
H you have anything to sell for a
rm1 prke call 38. The Siuare
Deal Hon sc.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St. Salem, On.
Porter's Act Would Compen
sate Stock Owners for
Senator Porler'a bill providing for
indemnity navnient by tbe stale to I
owners of cattle infected with tuber
culosis and-horses Infected with
glanders that were killed by orders
of tbe lisestock ranitary board In
1917 and 1918 mere passed. The
i amount of money neresaary is $29:
The line is rbarply drawn arainsi
disloyal aliens In senate bill No. 25
by Eberhard. which passed yester
day. It prohibits the employment on
nublic works of aliens who claimed
exemption from military service dur
ing the recent war on grounds mat
'.hey were not citizens of the Lniteo
States. The law" will apply refafd
leps of whether the aliens have de
clared .their Intention. 10 become cit
izens. A wwalt i attached for vi
olation either by the alien or the
person who employs him.
For Chapped, Rough,
Red or Blotchy Skin
D you realise that Jut bneth that
i nariw, rough or discolors) rofntlto
there's an qulite beautiful akin of
youthful tint and delicacy? If you
rnulil only brine thl con-ilrxtn to th
Kuriarr. atraroin(7 me oia oik: i mi
ran in the rtct. airnpleat. most nat
ural manner tmair inmhl.. JuiL set an
ouni-r of ordinary . mercolisrd H at,
any aruirfiore. apply nianiir min i
irrim. removtnc It moriiit with I
warm water. The n Nature
by arradually taking off the llaaerisic
partlclea of deat and lratf-drad ur-
tare akin. riumnK no n icom I or V wnai
ever. Cutaneoua deferts like chaps,
pimples, blotches. her spots, moth
patthes. fr-kles. of rour.e disappear
with, the old skin. Nothing else will
accomplish such wonderful results In
i short a time.
W A NTED
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
and, fcs tact, anything you have
to sen. I buy for cash. Phone
B10 ot ill. , ,
W00DRY. The Auctioneer j
PEOPLES CASH STORE
FIXED AT $4877
Damages Allowed on 803
Books Hours During Re
pair Work Announced
The fire which damae-d the pub
lic library on January t has ben
'adjusted by the agents of the inur-
'ance companies, at a total of HS77
.1. Of this amount 2r.2.9l is
'allowed on books, rurniture and fix
tures. $2225 was allowed on the
building, lmmapel were allowed on
803 volumes, partial or total losses,
besides th- general depreciation on
the whole tock of books.
I Hoar Announced
The plan of the board Is to repair
The cosnpieie Electric Uf be aud
An electric rou, rayes endless
steps and hotfrs of work, and wor-
r, . vf); ... . i .
aw a a a r
IT. AXGKU OltK.
YOU know Hut the eati&g
of cood'trtad is benefldal
to your health. Th cream of
wheat comes to tu la the finest
flour. We combine the purest
of ingredients with a marvelous
expertness . and make such a
treat as Peerless Bread possible.
THE PEERLESS BAKERY
Philip Winters, Prop.
170 N. Com. St. Phone 217
"Certainly every- morning promptly.
Grade A for the
SALEM SANITARY MILK CO.'