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TIIK OREGOX STATESMAN: KUXDA.Y, JANUARY IP. 1020-
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:'v, Many people imagine that an examination is long and tire
loaie, as it once was in years gone by. For this reason they
dread halving their eyes tested and keep putting it off. We
are equipped with modern testing devices which give the most
accurate findings and with no inconvenience to you.
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Come in and have your eyes examined. We guarantee a
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satisfactory fitting if "you need glasses.,
M HARTMAN BROS. CO.
- Jewelers and Opticians
, Br. Burdette, Optometrist
Dr. S. C Stone
Can be found at Tyler's durg stor
157 South Commercial steet.
Meetings Disturb Merchant
. The Apostolic Faith Organization
was holding a meeting in front, of
the husiness premises of Claude Belle
yesterday afternoon. Mr. Belle asked
th police to hare the organization
to hold its meeting somewhere else
as It interfered with his business.
Officer Thompson answered the re
quest and, the organization was asked
to meet elsewhere.
Ik p. O. K. Dancer
Tuesday evening. Jan. 20, for Elka
Missouri Visitor lie re
Mrs. C. M. Kenneby of Kansas
City, Missouri, is a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Nickel, residing on the
Asylum road. Mrs. Kenneby is
planning an interesting visit here.
She will be Joined by her husband
Measure Your I loom
For wall paper remnants.
Buren, 179 N. Com! St.
Though Very Common It Is a Serious
Disease W one at This Season.
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It is an Inflammation of the mu
cous membrane, causing a discharge,
and is. aggravated by colds and sud
den changes of weather, but depends
on an Impure condition of the blood.
When chronic It may develop Into
consumption by breaking down the
delicate lung tissues and Impairing
the general health.
Begin treatment with Hood's Sar
saparllla at once.' This medicine pur
ifies the blood, removes, the cause of
the disease, snd gives permanent re
lief. It bas been entirely satisfactory
to three generations.
If a cathartic Is needed take Hood's
Pills they are gentle and thorough,
enliven the liver, regulate the bowels.
given by the chorus choir
special patriotic number.
Are You Going to Eufcene?
Can carry seven persons today.
Phone SI7W by 2 p. m. today.
i HOTEL ABVALS
suit his machine skidded into the
car. There was no material dam
Xeedhara About Baby Chicks
I State St. Phone 400.
f-L Special meeting of De
5 K T Mnnif 9v
evening. Jan. 19.
Work in the Temple degree.. Visit
ing Knights welcome.
Baddleson Funeral Today
The f aneral of Mrs. Helen Hud
dleson, wife ' of Charles Huddleson.
who died Friday will be held Mon
day afternoon at; 2 o'clock from the
Rigdoa chapel. The Christian Sci
ence service will be used and burial
will be in the City View cemetery.
Love. .Watchmaker and Jeweler
.327 State street. Salem. .' .
as- sentenced to serve six months
in the county Jail by county Judge
yesterday. He was paroled to the
itate parole officer.'
, Eighth Couple Marries
The eighth and last marriage li
cense issned this week by the county
Clerk was give nto Edwin C. Dens-
more. 22, of Portland, who will mar
ry Cecil? Pfiefer, 18, of Salem today.
Ceiling Papers Cheap
At Remnant sale. Max O. Buren,
179 N. Com'l.
Tan Oat Heal Paper
All you, want. 34 cents bolt.
O. Buren. 179 N. Com! St.
Will meet vocal pupils
and Saturday of each week.
escond floor Derby Bdg.
Diller to Build House
R. F. Diller was give npermission
yesterday by city recorder to erect
a one-story frame dwelling at 1710
Center street. The work is to be
done by contractors at an estimated
cost of 13500.
Owens Sentenced and Paroled ;
Norman Owens. 18, who pleaded
guilty of larceny of clover seed to the
value of 35 front? the Peters farm.
Williams Funeral Today
The body of Rev. Silas Williams
of Tallman, who died in Albany Fri
day did not arrive yesterday as an
nounced but will arrive today at 2
p. m. on the Southern Pacific. The
body 'will be in charge of the Rigdon
company and the' funeral party will
proceed immediately to the Warren
cemetery in the Waldo hills where
services and burial Will take place.
Get them at The statesman ollicts.
Catalog on application.
WI LLiAM FARXUM
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"Lone Star Ranger"
HAROLD LLOYD ?.
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. "Captain Jvidd's Kids"
far Kiddles, per pair.......... 6dc
r. R OUT ANT store
254 North Commercial Street
1 481 State Street f ?
Oysters-- Fiib Chops
Chill Con Carne
J. D. MADDOX, Prop.
House i Entered
Mrs. Phil Woods. 1645 Hall street.
reported to the police yesterday that
some one had tried to enter her
house Friday night and said that a
neighbors' house was entered recent
Students Discuss Thrift
Special assembly of the associated
student body of the Salem high
school was called Friday by Presi
dent ' Ralph Wilson in connection
with the thrift week program. Guests
of the student organization were:
James Elvln, general secretary of the
Y.M.C.A.; T. E. McCroskey.onanager
of the Salem Commercial club, and
I J. F. Hutchason, who gave talks on
thrift, showing the necessity and how
it can be accomplished. In their be
half an enjoyable program was given
by the high school students.
Hear Mischa LhertniK'
Pianist, and Estelle Gray, violinist,
world famed artists, at First Chris
tian church, Wednesday evening,
Jan. 21st. Admission 75 cents.
In Europe for Xlne Years-
Mrs. Petri uses most advanced
Diano and harmony methods. In Sa
lem on Tuesdays. Phone 1415.
N. Com'l St.
Max O. Buren, 179
Rigdoa Company "
Superior funeral service for less.
MARIOS Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Roberts, A. B. Clouse, F. R. Salway.
O. W. Trille, Mrs. W. 8. Abbott, of
Portland; J. Oreene, Spokane; Har
old L. Westerfelt. Tenafly. N. J.; F.
Harvey. J. W. Hildenhand. Marsh-
leld; O. M. Berrie. Wood burn; G.
K. Laine, Roseburg; W. S. Staley.
Bllgh C. P. Richard, Mrs. . A.
Rose, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Ames, Oregon City; Mrs. M. E. Clark
Rufus, Or.; J. H. Samuel, Lebanon;
C. O. Davis, Rapert, Ida.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Fangman, Tempieton, Iowa;
Paul Hasting. Sllverton; E. O. White,
Fan City; Frank Ferguson. Amity.
ARGO G. II. Vaughn, A. Cros-
san, Portland; Everette Nelson, Dal
las; Mrs. H. A. DedmanO. Canby; J.
G. Woodward, Turner; Monty Keene,
BOARD IS SUED
Holmes Alleges $700 Dde for
Expense in Reddish Farm
H. A. Holmes filed suit in circuit
cotfrt yesterday against the state
game commission to prevent the pay
ment of alleged claims against the
Ktate that have been incurred during
the lease of the Reddish farm In Lane
county, which was leased by the
commission to be used as a farm for
the propagation of China pheasants.
Several months Holmes succeeded
through the circuit court In restrain
ing the commission from buying the
tract on grounsd that they were with
out legal authority to do so.
After the Institution of this suit
the game commission leased the farm
sppsrently with the view of buying
It after the litigation. It was al
leged with words to this effect by
Holmes that if the commission won
the suit they would buy It ontlrght
but if the suit ended In his favor
they Intended to purchase it indi
rectly by usyments of ISO a month.
The siut Is still pending In the court.
During the term 'of the lease of
the farm by the game commission
expenses alleged to be about 8700
have been Incurred. Holmes claims
be at the following warned places on
the dates given below.
Mill City January 2C and 27;
Stayton. January 27 and 21: Tarutr.
January 30 and 31; Jefferson. Jan
nary 30 and 31: Wood burn; Febru
ary 2 to 4, Inclusive: Silveitoa, Feb
ruary t to 11. inclusive: Salem Feb
ruary 12 to 21, Inclusive and March
9 to 15. Inclusive.
Those Brooklyn barbers who
struck for shorter -hours evidently
believe in daylight saving. The Liberator.
VULC AN1ZER WANTED
With outfit. Best free to
work in conjunction with a
. tiro itore .
205 North Coram errixl Street
Mm UHIaot WTUrs f .m.lthat the commission bas no legal I
'VU(,.iUiw. In-fat to el4lmi Md for tb.
to Oregon in. 1847 Is
Interest of the taxpayers he has tiled
the suit. .
1920 Calendars for Practical
Homer H. Smith, McCormack bldg.
v Interest Bearlns; Investmenta
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
S604JJ07 Oregon Building '
Cycle Damps Streetcar
Aller Fraser met with a slight ac
cident yesterday morning when a mo
torcycle he was riding skidded into
a streetcar on Commercial street be
tween Court and Chemeketa streets.
I It was claimed that " the streetcar
gave no. warning when Fraser saw
the car be turned quickly as a re-
LLOYD E. RALISDEN
- i . $
887 Court Street
; WBE5 tS SALB3C, OREGO M
'- mip at
" 'A H6m Away from Horns
Strictly Modern $l.o pr day
ISO RaM t SIM Cwfrt
OjUt ' Hotel: la Business District
The going into effect of the con
stitutional amendment making a sa
loonless nation, will be celebrated at
the First Methodist Episcopal church
tonight. The organixaUons which
have made this possitue wm pe rep
resented. Mrs. E. Vandevort, who
has been a member of the I.O.O.T.
for 5 years .and who has reached her
1 84th year, will be guest of honor
and will speak briefly; Mrs. S. E.
Oliver wiU represent the W.C.T.U.
Remarks will be made by W. U
Cummings and W. T. RIgdon, veter
ans in the cause. President Carl G.
Doney will speak of the part piayea
by the Anti-saloon-ieague ana ur. k.
In. Arison will speak of the church's
part In the great reform. Music will
ImprovedCIty and Farm Property 411 Covrt Bt.
ri 1.1 MIA - - ' - Ma I .
: 416 SCaaonle Temple v
SALE &I OREGON.
Mnale and Msndcal Merchandise
Boaora Dealer tn
Models of the
!- Man Six" "Auburn
Beauty Six" and
HElcar Fiery roar" now on exhibi
tion at 178 S. Commercial. -
The funeral of Mrs. Irene Hlllory,
72. wife of W. M. Hiilory of Browns
ville and formerly of " Turner was
held yesterday afternoon from the
First Methodist church at Turner.
Rev. Aubrey Clark conducted the ser
vices ana nunai was in me twin uit 1 ' '-.
cemetery. Mrs. Hiilory was one oflOUlt AZsmSt -l 14221111
. W a. 1 . r . I A jm mm . . w
mc rarij oiina uicuunua matt
well known over the state among the
pioneers. She was born at 'the Mo
lalla rettlement, whic his now Clack
amas county. In 1847, and was the
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Cornelius. She died at
Brownsville Thursday where she had
been making he rhome for several
When she was a child the family
moved Jo Marlon county and for sev
eral years lived at Turner. In 1867
she was married to . W. M. Hlllory.
Of their three children only one, sur
vives," a son,' Lloyds of Brownsville.
or the past few years Mr. and Mrs.
IfJIlory hsd .mads their home in
Brownsville. Of the eight children
In her parents' family she is the first
to die. '
Mrs. Hlllory . Is survived by her
husband and by one son, Lloyd, Of
Brownsville, two sisters, Mrs. Cary
McQuinn of Portland. Mrs. Emma
Howell of Portland, and by five bro-
thers. O.H.P. Cornelius of : Turner.
Eber L. Cornelius of Eugene, o. J.
Cornelias of Speto, Wash., Green Cor
celius of Colbaek, Wash., and W. G.
Cornelius of Pullman, Wash.
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G. Byron Crane, Recently
of Tillamook, Passes Away
snmrainu. . "
that we pay ttte HirfcMt H for
SKCOlf DMAnTJ rCRIf ITTHH
CAKTKTS, STOVKS. MACUIXEBT
' AKD fOOl.
Don't sell anything before you see us.
TUB CAPITAL IIARDWARK AND
FURSilTCKJE CO. :
XS5 V4 Cmm'i St. , j Pae 4T
THE FTJRX1TURE MAJT ,
Will make and hang your drapes.
- Largest Stock Of Drapery. A '
2i0 Court Street,
Radiators, Fenders and Gaa '"
Tractor Radiators Specialty
'Ford Radiators for Sale ,
118 S. 12th Bt, ' Salem. Or.
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1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
Motor iats who are looktng ror a
tronav arvleeabl ear with elesant
body lines and Interior specifications
that assume maximum service and
economy at a reasonable price should
a a thia ear. " ' '
LEE L GILBERT, Distribator
1S S. CtmTm Street.
High and Ferry Sts.. Phone 1400
. WE BUY '
Farm Produce, Rggs, etc.. Paying
Highest Cash 'Market Prices.
EAGLE DH ESS SHIRTS ;
f 2.00, $3.00 to $10.00
344 State Street,
The Knppenheinaer House n Salem
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
231 Court St.
17pp. court uvm
Electric Machinery and Engineering
,r: . -. v. For ;,
CXPEET, ELECTRICAL T7QEX
ifS So. Commercial St. , Phone &SS
CtTY CLEA10HG WORKS ; EYEGLASSES.
Oanera of Quality
Cleanlns . pyelnf "Repairing
1211 State St. : Phono TO
dr. Haxx, W1LSOX
aiO-ail TJ. National Bank Rids.
If your ' monumental work I solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor for carl
business card. " ; - ?
: Capital llonunental , Works,
1210 8. Com. St. Phone SSI, Salem
W T. RIGDON CO.
Leading Fnneral Directors
Let ns prove to you that our prlees
are less. Borne good bargains In &ev
' and used pianos. -
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
SI4 Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker.
value SlfttY today $1100. U-S
' Garage. Phone 17 K I
619 Court St.
The Store of House-wares
Wood,' Coat or Gas Bashes
135 N. Liberty St. - Phone 67
A PERFECTT CIGAJk
' afaaufaetured by '''
REKDXRSONS CIGAR FACTORY
A , phone SIS v '
MnmaU Urvestiaeot Loan--Kealty
Loan--Uovse Beatal Ageatcy,
General Property Dealing.
JOHN 1L SCOTT RRALTT CO,
- 404-401 Hubbard Bldg.
f-ho&e 214 ' Salem. Ore.
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
229 North Liberty Street
D. H. M0SHER
' High Class
474 Court Street
Seed and Table Stock. Bur
bank's Netted Gems, Red Rose.
White Rose and Gold Coin. Get
them now, they won't last longv
Phone 717 Office 642 State EU ;
, Warehouse Trade and High'
USED CAR BARGAINS
1916 Ford; 5-passenger Buick, 191
Studebaker, 7 passenger; 5 passen
ger Overland; 191S,Dort, all over
SALEM VEUE COMPANY
isa North Com'l
WILLARD Storage Battery
1 238 N. Higti St. . Telephone 203
SMITH'S CIGAR STORE
Yicl-. Palhe and Windsor
L0t DISTANCE AUTO
We alto do local wiling.
One Ovreland. nearly new, six cylin
der, 6 passenger,' equipped all Cord
Tires and" one extra, new. Guaran
teed in Al shape for $1250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
148 State 8L Phone Sll
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Damages to the extent of J 10 50
were awarded to Violet kil GrftnW by
a jury in Department No. 1 at .cir
cuit court yesterday, airs. Grimm
was 'plaintiff la; a suit against. B.
Cunningham tn which she alleged
malicious persecution. It was al
leged that Mrs." Grimm -waaVmploved.
it th Cnnniacham farm last rear.
picking berries and when sne left for
her home -in : Portland' she was . ar
rested' and charged with1 the larceny
of a tent by Cunningham. This was
claimed to have been proved untrue
at her trial. And' as a counter, suit
she filed a suit against B.. Cunning
ham for malicious persecution' and
damagea of 819.000. Yesterday she
was awarded ' general damages of
flQOO and special damages of ?I0 by
the cireuit court.
OUR facilities are
of the highest'
character. -We are
equipped to satis
fy the most ex
acting client: The-,
duct of Our staff
matches the up
to-dateness of our
O. Byron Crane died at a city hos-1 Manon Cormtir Towns AfC
pital yesterday 'afternoon after a I . ' "''it '
iaied Dy ArOuccipr 01 xq-
At Your Service
Wc arc always ready
to fill your prcscrip-
tions, pro. offer you
the rnany advantages
of the modern drug
store. Our watch-
word is -Service" and
short illness. He was 3 years old
and recehUy came here from Tilla
mook where he made his home for
years. He is survived by two sis
ters. Mrs. L. IL BabcocK ana Mrs. A.
J. Wortbrlght of Turner and by one
brother, Ono Crane of Portland. The
funeral services will be held Sunday
afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the
RIgdon chapel and the body will be
sent to Tillamook tor burial.'-
STATE S STREET.
JUXK AND MACHINERY OP ALL
' ' KINDS
We also buy second-hand good.
If yon have anything to sell for a
good price call 898. The Square
Deal flonse. ' v
1 CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St. Salem, Ore.
furniture, ranges, heaters, tools
and, la fact. 'anything you have
to ae. T'buy for eash. Phone
n SIS or 111.
t700DRY The Anctieneer
PEOPLES CASH STORE
' The time "has' again arrived for
making but Income tax : returns! The
lajr.'proTid'ea.tbM.' al) returns must
be In the office of the collector of
Injernar revenue at Portland on or
befQre March 15, 1?20. 'Those fall
ing to comply with the' law are sub
ject to Beafy. -penalties." ' ' " ;
All taxpayers are urged to make
put their returns at pne-, tnereoy
avoiding the rush at the last hour:
For the purpose of assisting tax
payers of Marion county in making
un their income tax return for 1919.
Denntv ColectOra Collins 'and Caret
D:w nifnl from the internal revenue office will
Good. Roads and 6 y Per
Good roads and methods for their
building were discussed at the regu
lar monthly meeting of Salem Orange
yesterday by Senator Walter Pierce
of Union county and Representative
Stewart of Gilliam': ' Sherman and
Wheeler counties. Senstor Pierce
sounded a warning against Increas
ing the tsx limitation beyond the
constitutional 6 per cent.
M. Burtner gave an address on the
working of the Grange co-operative
exchange of Portland and discussed
co-operation among farmers. Durinr
the session many members subscribed
for stock in the organisation.
Business in Morning.
The meeting lasted all day. The
morning session was devoted largely
to business snd st noon a dinner was
served by the women of. the grange.
Convening at one o'clock the meeting
wss thrown open. Mrs. Charles Max
well gave a number of vocal solos.
The addresses completed the day's
Smith Makes Amendments on
Resolution Providing Arguments
After a fight lasting intermittent
ly for seversl hour In which Eugene
Smith of Multnomah was the wrench
In the machinery, senate Joint res
olution No. 8. providing the restora
tion of capital punishment be put
up tv voe of the people, was adopted
In the house late . yesterday with
amendments. The amendmnts. orig
inating with Smith, provide for argu
ments tn the election pamphlets of
srgnments prepared by th senate on
both sides of the question.
Ifcrf U eeeirf
THIJS IS , THE
IT FITS THE
. PRUG STORE
135 North Commercial ft
EXTRA PANTS FREE
- WITH EYERY SUIT
Scotch Woolen Mills Store
426 State Street
Our window display today and all this week will feature
the very latest arrivals in new millinery models Hats, of Ctlo
pbane, BaUvU Cloth and Visca Braidthe very, rery popular
materials which have received such universal approval from
smart dressers everywhere.
' Sprinkled among these entrancing models will be found
delicately tinted hats in light pink, jade green and white.
These light colored hats have captured popularity earlier in the
season than they have in past years.
THE FRENCH SHOP
M. Buffe Morrison '
-WW North High Street .. .. Masonic Temple
Read the Classified Ads.1!
STIFF FURNITURE CO.)