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Tlin inakmrr of original "jewelry is a specialty with us. Ou
fjicilitii's tor -designing hnd lur.nufaeturing are at vour smi?
on r que!;. W e Avjll te lad to assist you.
Special meeting of Multno
mah Chapter No. 1. II. A.
M. this evening. Work in
the! Mark M and" Past M.
degrees. Visiting eompan-
he appraisraent of the estate ot
late Joseph Kaiser was filed with
county court yesterday. The bal
mot the property ts composed of
II property and was valued at 17.-
91 according to the report of
no S., White M. E. Pogue and W.
orator Will Iecture
"verfett Kabcock, prominent inter
decorator of the northwest, and
rber of Babcock A. Co..' Interior
(crating lirm of Portland, will be
a n ' a. ! ' . .
raiem i uuay 10 aaareBg me
i . In
'LIGHT OK THE
:trie Machinery and Engineering
L; For -
PERT LCTICAL WOEK
So. Commercial EL Phone 961
j, IDgb Class
474 Court Street .
W 1VRIGD0N CO.
Trading Funeral Director
(TY CLEANING WORKS
Cleaners ox Quality
.leaning- iTyemg nbpaxrxns;
Models of - the
Man Six" -Auburn
Beauty Six" and
:r Fiery Four" now on exhibi-
at 178 S. Commercial.
10 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
ttorUt who ar lookinc for a
fig, serviceable car with elegmnt
line ana interior specifications
tnuiM maximum aervic and
omy at a reasonable price should
I hi car.
E L GILBERT. Distributor
1S , CNiarrlal Street.
THE FURNITURE MAX
make and hang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
840 Court Street.
Kiddles, per pair. ........ .Bdc
' RE5f X AlfT STORE
54 North Commercial Street
491 State Street
Oysters- -Fish- -Chops
Chltt Con Csrne
3. D. UADDOX Prop.
ihat w pay the hlaaeat artec for
S KI OJI l-li A X II F I II X ITU H K
kliriCTS, S TOVKV MACUIXKRY
t sll anrthinir before Ton sea ua.
IK tAI'lTAI, 1AU
ft. Osa'l It. Fhaae S47
h and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
hi Produce, Eggs, etc.. Paying
Jhest.Cash Market Prices.
irtiUure, ranges, heaters, tools
d fart, anything you have
aw i buy for cash. Phone
510 or 511.
OODRY. The Anctioneer
JEWELERS & OPTICIANS
Corner of State and Liberty Streets
general meeting or the Salem Art
league in the Commercial club au
ditorium at 8 p. m. Mr. BabcocK
will bring with him trunks of wall
coverings, window hanging" and dra
peries which he will use as illustra
tions for his lecture on interior dec
orating. Mr. Babcock is an author
ity on inteiior decorating and hi
lecture will be instructive as well as
Will meet vocal pupils Friday
and Saturday of each week. Studio
escond floor Derby Bdg. -
Hoof Damaged Ry Fire
A fire said to haTe originated in
a defective flue caused slight dam
age to a home at 25 South Twenty
second street yesterday morning.
The blaze was quickly extinguished
by the firemen, no damage being
Hone to Inside fixtures. r
Auto and Streetcar Collide
O. E. Henry. 2066 North Liberty
street, while driving onCommercial
street struck a streetcar yesterday
that wars bound in the same, direc
tion. The accident occurred where
tne car track crosses- Commercial
street near the cider .Wnrku Th
auto was. badlv damae-ed tnit nn nn
was injured. The auto and the street
car were both going south and it was
; fTBKX 15 SALES. OREGOM
T. A Bon Away from Home
Btrtctlv Modern $1.00 per dar
10 IUwm f sii Cnrrt
Only Hotel In Buaina DiaUict
If your monumental work' la olielt
t(L kindly ask the solicitor for oar
business card. :
Capital Monumental Works,
1210 3. Com. St, Phone lt, Salem
Let us prove to you that onr prices
are less. , Some good bargains in new
and used pianos,
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
519 Court SL Derby building
A PERFECT CIGAB
. Manufactured by v
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORY
Phone 119 7
Ealem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a. Specialty ,
Ford Radiators for Sale ,
191 S. Jzth St. . Salem. Or.
Interest Bearing Investments
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
204207 Oregon Building
Moale and Musical Merchandise I
Sonora Dealer la Salem
41 S Court St. Salem. Oregon I
on. L. uixt WXLSSH
210-211 U. S. National Bank BMg .
654 Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker.
value $1625. today 91300. U. S.
Garage. Phone 176S
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 DISTMCE AUTO
Phone 1400 ,
We also do local hauling.
vuloattliat the-iiuto driver nuih.fr
aw nor heard theipproaching street
car. as the turn whtTe the accident
occurred ls dangerous and wan the
scene ot a collision a few weeks ago.
The auto was damaged Jo the extent
of 1150' accord! dg to the owner.
Make a Xofp of TSih
Every truck you m-e en l.pd with
a Safety Starter It, a Sandow. See
the It. C. Motor Co.
Two .uhm Collide
W. V. Johnston. RouieS. driving
east on Stale street, collided with the
delivery auto of the C. M. Eppley
store and a woman accompanying Mr.
Johnston was cut about the face by
flying glass yesterday afternoon
about 3:45 o'clock. The woman was
taken to a doctor. The front part
of the delivery auto was badly dam
aged. Dr. 8. C. 8tone
Can be found at Tyler's durg store
157 South Commercial steet.
Silverton Couple Wed
A marriage license was issued .yes
terday by the county recorder to Wil
fred W. Loorais of Silverton and Rosa
M. Pittman of Silverton. The mar
riage was yesterday.
Wanted 4 tiambrrmaid-
Apply Hotel Bllgh.
County RoadmaMer Prepare
The county road department is
preparing to handle the spring wot.
Supplies and parts of the two new
paving plante are being assembled
and the plants will be able to begin
the spring roadbuilding program as
soon as the weather permite. W. J.
Culver, county roadmaster. says that
the present county road employes are
busy repairing roads in the various
parts of the county. Three of the
10 new trucks that were purchased
by the county a few weeks ago have
arrived and the remainder of the
tracks are expected soon.
In Europe for Xlne Y
.Mrs. Petri uses most advanced
piano and harmony methods. In Sa
lem on Tuesdays. Phone 1415.
Harney ApH-airerj Appointed
C. W. Uleason. N. A. Dibble and
W. G. Weils were appointed apprais
ers of the property of the late Wil
liam S. Mott, that is located in Har-
EAGLE DRESS SHIRTS
f 2.00, $3.00 to $10.00
344 State Street
The Knppenbeimer House in Salem
SCOTCH KING SNUFF
SMITH'S CIGAR STORE
State and Commercial Streets
STJNKIST ORANGES HA
DOZEN k 3U
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. High St. Telephone 203
One Orreland, nearly new, six cylin
der. 6 passenger, equipped all Cord
i Tires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed in Al shape for 11250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
m State SL Phone 111
LLOYD L RAMSDEN
t7 Court Street
Small InTeatmeot Loams Realty
tioans House Mantal Agency,
General Property Dealing
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY COn
4 04-4 OS Hubbard Bldg.
Phone 254 . Salem. Ore.
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
'222 North Liberty Street
JUNK A XD MACHINERY OF ALL
We also bay second-hand goods.
If you hare anything to sell for a
Root! price call 398. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO?
271 Chesneketa St. Salem. Ore.
WANT ED! I
PEOPLES' CASH STORE
ii(v- cou:.ty. jm oi u r Vcti ' by '
jnage utngnam yesterday.
Chambermaid Wanlevl -Bligii
Milliard Estate Atraie4-1 .
a valuation oi lias been
placed on the property of Anna Mil
liard. d-CA(Ml hv lUnrv 1V W
S. McVey and W. E. Ball, appraisers
. . r i . . .- i ,
i vniuic. i u personal proper
ty was valued ,at 2000 and real
property in Marion county composes
Lore. Watchinaker ana Jeweler
337 State rtreet. Salem. : ..."
CooMr Writer Hook . ,
"The Pioneer Prairie Mother." an
appropriate- prose writing comptd
by George L. Cooper of this titytwul
soon be published in the form of an
illustrated booklet that will be ap
propriate for Mother's day and an
niversary gifts. The poem is written
in prose form and deals with the pro
gressive women of rfce pioneer days
who left their comfortable home life
in the east to come to settle and pop
ulate the barren waste of the we;rw
It You Dowt't Eat
With us we will both lose money
at the Good Eats.
Franchise h Smcht
The t'os Bay Logging company
hr.s filed with the public service com
mission an application far a fran
chise to drive logs on Coos river
and AVifliams creek !n Coos and
At the Gray Belle.
Manslaughter Case Appealed
Robert Zullig, a Lake county man
who was convicted of manslaughter
on a charge of killing his wife, and
who was sentenced to serve from
seven and cne-half to 15 years in
the state penitentiary, has appealed
to the supreme court, transcript of
appeal having been filed Saturday.
Zullig's crime is alleged to have
been committed October 11, 1918.
Do your top work. Covf rs. repair
ing, upholstering, side curtains, seat
covers. With O. J. Hull. Y M. C,
I'niversal Combination Gas Coal
and Wood Ranges Are Best
H. L STIFF FURNITURE Co.
Trade in vour old furniture as
part payment on new.
H. L STIFF FURNITURE CO.
USED CAR BARGAINS
1918 Velie Six $1300
1918 Studebaker i Six .'. $0OC
Light Four Studebaker, has
run less tnan 6000 miles ... $434
Cadillac Roadster. $45
SALEM VELIE COMPANY;
163 North Coral '' v
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
SI Court St. Opp. Court House
THE BLUE BIRD
163 South Commercial Street
A good clean place to eat.
Good and Prompt Service.
Sam Louie, Prop.
East End State Street
Every Afternoon and Evening
1:30 and 7:30 p. m. "
Band .Music Friday
Ad mixtion lo Cent
The Store of Housewares
in USED CARS
Olesoa Auto Exchange
We Are Crowded for Space
Keasons vv hy
You Should Have Your
Eyes Tested by Me
Resorts Why You Should Consult
I will test your eyec and give
you the benefit of one third of
a century's practical experience.
For 9 years I have practiced in
Salem and satisfied thousands and
thousands of people in Polk and
Marion counties, correcting the
eyes of over 1500 children daring
that time. Among them were
many cross-eyed children whose
;yes I straightened with glasses.
1 have every facility tor the
accurate testing of sight.
I use no "drops" or drugs.
I give you my personal atten
tion. Reasons why you should
suspect your eyes
If you have to make an effort
to see distinctly; for seeing, when
the eyes are perfect, is free from
If you suffer from headache or
weariness after visiting the mov
ies, theater or church. This Jt
usually the outcome of eye-strain.
If you lose interest in close
Vflrlr rkt- vet eloAnv n f t n
a snort while.
If you find yourself frowning
at your friends in the endeavor
to see their faces clearly.
If you suffer from constant or
occasional headaches often se
vere. THIS Ms a sure sign your
yes need immediate attention.
I guarantee satisfaction In ev-
I change your glasses free of
charge for one year If nereMKary.
Lritnrit duplicated while you wait.
My prices are very reasonable
for the service and material you
UTS KVKS CORRECTLY
210-212 Oregon Rids, (formerly
.. the Hubbard). Ilmne 443 ..
Peru Funeral Yesterday
The funeral of Mrs. llelle M. Pero
who died January 27, at Cenierville,
Rhode Island, was held yesterday
afternoon at 3:15 o'clock In the Rig
don chapel. Rev. Mr. Zimmerman of
.firiatin?. Mrs. Guy S. .Newgent
sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere,''
and "Nearer My God to Thee." Bur
iat was, in Lee Mission cemetery?
Williams Funeral Today
The funeral of Otto Williams who
died in Portland Wednesday will be
held at 2 p. m. today from the Rig
don chapel. Rev. Mr. Kelch will con
duct the services and burial will be
in Odd Fellows cemetery.
Get them at The Statesman office
Catalog on application.
Boy Dies at HoMpital
Alfred Von Rfaden died yesterday
nrorning at a local hospital -after a
short illness. He was 16 years old.
The body will be shipped today by
Rigdon company to Portland wher
funeral and burial services will be
held. His father, J. Von Readen,
Uvea in Portland.
At the Spa.
Body Kent to Astoria
The remains of Mrs. Greta Aar
conen who died at a local hospital
yesterday will be sent- today by the
Terwllliger home to-'her home In
Astoria where funeral and burial ser
vice . will take place. Mrs. Aarso
nen was 59 years old.
Rljcdon and Son
Reliable funeral directors.
llarpe'r Funrrl Yesterday
The funeral of Clinton B. Harper
who succumbed Thursday to an at
tack of Spanish Influenza was held
yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
trom the Webb tc dough chapel
Burial was in the: Odd Fellows cem
Girl Wanted i
At the Spaf
A. Korh Will llaisd
Permission to construct a om-
story fram dwelling sra obfainel
from the city recorder yesterday by
A. Korb. The hjnse will be owned
snd built by Mr. Korb and is located
at 18 49 Xoith Fifth street.
At the Gray-Belle.
CorvnllU Woman liflpMA
A Mrs. Bitoll of CorvaUis. is re
ported missing from her home since
2:30 Friday afternoon, according to
a message received from the author
ities at CorvaUis by the local police.
The message gave a complete de
scription anl Hsked the Salem poll
to be on tli lookout for her. It was
said that during the pat few days
Mrs. Hirol! hns been suffering from
deital trouble. Five days ago sh
had five of her teeth removed and
fince ha been in great pain and it
was Intimated that she might be
mentally derantred. The woman was
described as being ?' years old. av
erage height, having light hair, blu"
eyes, wearing a soft brown coat and
a small gray hat.
Leslie 11. Springer was . railed to
CorvaUis Friday aigtif "to referej
the basketball ranw Itftween Oregon
Aierlcdlnra"l college and Washing-
ou"Staie college. Mr. Sprinrer ha
nffk-Iated at a nunter of high school
games but this is his first exper
ience In collegiate circles.
A. X. Arnold. supervisor of
ftrhool for northern Marlon county,
returned Saturday from Itickey and
Silver Creek Falls., where he has
len inspecting the schools if that
"Ixcust View Farm" is the name
selected lor the 5 acre farm of
Samuel Trovert. according to a dec
laration filed by Mr. Trovert Satur
day. The farm is located near Tur
ner. V. F. Maurr. of Harrison, Ark.,
is so weU vleascd with the valley
that he has decided to locate here,
and has purchased a farm about five
miles south of Salem where he will
make his home. Mr. Maurer raxne
to Oiegon for an indefinite visit.
A. I). Thompson has returned from
an extended visit In Chatham. On
tario, Canada. Mr. Thompson Is the
proprietor of the Remnant store on
North Commercial street.
Mrs. Lou ire Arthur of the state
engineer's office went to Portland
esterday to attend the funeral of
little Barbara Lewi. 3-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Lewis, who died Tuesday.
O. P. Hoff. state treasurer. Is
listed as one of the contributing ed
itors of a volume on' inheritance tax
ation by Glason & Otis.
Porter J. NefL Med ford attorney,
was a Salem business visitor yester
day. Alex Conoyer. elevator operator at
the state capitoL went to Albany
yesterday to visit relatives.
A. X. Derbyshire, attorney cf
North Bend. Coos county, was a
caller yesterday at the office of At
torney General Brown. Mr. Derby
shire expects to be a candidate for
district attorney of Coos county.
F. A. Elliott, state forester, went
to Portland yesterday to attend a
meeting of the btate board of for
I. H. Van Winkle, assistant attor
ney general, who has be n ill for two
r-eeks. expects to return to his du
ties in abo.it a week, his condition
having shown improvement In the
last several days.
Rev. Jacob Stocker. formerly a
Salem pastor, now pastor of the Clay
Street Evangelical church In Port
land, is quarantined at his home be
cause of influenza In his family, and
will be unable to occupy his pulpit
U. L. McAllister, a representative
of the state engineering department,
has been Investigating the proposed
municipal water system at Mon
mouth. On his report will depend
largely whether the department ap
proves the project.
XI&RirtM rt W Rrikm Mr. anrt
Mrs. II. aL'HIIL C: W. Holland. M
and Mrs C .W. Hodgklns. Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Ewell. Gen Harrison. Port
land: Miss E. L. Bolan, Silverton:
W. M. Kerr. Corvallls; H. R. Howard.
Charlie Graves .Gates: Mr. and Mrs.
Everette B. Parrot. Roseburg.
BLIOH r. S. Anderson. J. M.
Walker. Portland; E. D. McKay. St
attle; D. M. Jones. Prinevlle; Mr.
and Mrs. T. White. Bonanza. Or.; Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Eaton. Hoskins; A.
M. Stowell. Orchards. Wash.; George
Hubbard. Eugene; G. H. Wyckoff,
1'nlmtwMchithiA If rou were to
see the unequalled volume of unim
peachable testimony in favor of
Hood s Sarsapartlla, you would up-
hralrf vnuraelf for Ml lonr delavinS
to take this effective, medicine for
that blood disease from which yon
Boys With Wanderlust
Arrested, Sent Home
hree very small lads of Sellwood
who were affllcte- with the ever
present desira of youth, ventured
forth from their respective homes
to Journey towards Roseburg. They
were apprehended here by Officer
Mofflt Friday afternoon and were
held In Jail, for Investigation.
Friday afternoon the local police
were advised of the boys presence
near Chemawa." Officer Moffitfwas
detailed to watch for them as they
were coming towards Salem. He lo
cated them and after sn effort, for
they tried to keep away from tha
clutches pf the law. he caught and
brought them before Chief Welsh.
Upon questioning them the chief wa
told they were on their way to Yon
calla. near Roseburg. and that their
homes were In Sellwood. They
claimed they had about $10 when
thev started out and exnected to
reach their destination in about
week, and upon arriving said thev
would stay there with a friend whose
ecqualntance was cultivated last
After an Investigation Chief Welsh
learned thjt the boys' names were
Paul WaldelU. l:'.: Cecil Proctor. 12
and Frank Austin. 15. The parents
of Cecil Proctor were located anJ
they said they were alarmed about
the child's absence and wete abon'
to notify the Portland police, but
were relieved to hear the .child was
safe and would send money to or In
STATE g STREET
4wof ih 4ts home. . Frank Aus
tin has money-enough to take him
to his home.
On a recent church bulletin the
pastor's theme for the following Sun
day. "What is the Worst Thing In
the World?" was announced In larg-s
type, and following la much the same
type "Singing ty Our Quartet Morn
ing and Evenlnc." The Vermont
Choice dry fir $11.00 delivered.
Phone T. C. Bllgh 743
One Six Room House. $35.00
One Fire Room Cottage $25.00
One Five Room House $15.00
Phone owner, T.-'C. Bllgh 743
All We Ask Is A Trial
Just try one of our dinners.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL
Opposite O. E. Depot
I want that moving job. - We
can deliver those trunks faster
.than anyone you ever saw. Ex
service man in charge, and. be
lieve me we can go, but will
take time' to handle that furni
ture of yours carefully.
129 8. Corn!
Our "service Is
matchless In ev
ery respect. we
are equipped to
satisfy the most
conduct of our
staff Is as match
less as the up-to-lateness
Throat and Lung
A Modern Scientific Vegeta
ble Remedy for Coughs,
Cold5, Hronehitis, Sore
Throat, Croup, Asthma,
Hoarseness and Whooping
Manufactured and Sold by
Emil A, Schaeffer
1:15 N. Commercial St., Salem
j - .
LaddfeBush Dank Buildincf
"xfCor. Stele a&f