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lodge No. 4. A.
of Salem !
F. & A.
F. C. degree.
The ITt Cuttmt Cliai
Prepared especially for the ?Cew
York mi to. show is now on display at
the Salem aofcshow and is the cen
ter of attraction. All the mechani
cal .parts are lex posed, electric light
ed, showing' the construction of this
See this display and
then talk wit the Salem Velie com
pany regarding delivery of Dort
i7fr for the
J one of the latest victims of the
influenza epidemic, and !b reported
ty be very :il at his residence, 2C6
South Cottage; street.
.Mail Order .epted
Not only wijll the regular sales at
the local branjeh of the army store,
but the branch1 will now accept mail
' orders for the army bacon at the
; regular charge) of 20 -cents per pound
until the supply of, 3000 pounds re
ceived yeaVrday is exhausted. .Any
. OWEX MOORE
i .. . i i In - ,
: "PICCADILLY JIM"
IIAWLEY OX THE, .
Electric Machinery and Engineering
1 " ; 1 i For . - . v .
17 So. Commercial St.' Phone 955
D. H. M0SHER
RJgb Class '
474 Court Street
W T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Director!
CITY CLEANING TORKi -
Oanert of Quality
' Cleaning Dyeing BXpalrins
1261 State Bf t "PnoniTII
. Model of tbe
- "Lexington Minute
Man Six" "Auburn
.Beauty.. Six." -and
"Elcar Fiery Four" now on exhibl
Hon at 178 S. CommerciaL .
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
: Motorists who aro looking for a
strong, acrvlceablo ear with elegant
body linos- and - interior spool flcatlono
that assume maximum service and
economy at a reasonable price should
ae thlaar. . ... fc
LEE L GILBERT. Dbtribator
1S So. CmmmmrrrUkl Street;
I TUB FTJRXITCRE LUr
Will make and bang your drapes,
j Largest Stock of Drapery:
j 340 Court 8treeL
For Kiddies, per pair BOc
254 North Commercial .Street .
481 State Street
Oysters r-Flsb Chops
Chill Con Carne
J. D. MADDOX. Prop.
that wo pay the algbeat He for
CARPETS. STOVES. MACIUSERT
Don't setl anything- before you so ua.
TUB CAPITAL, HARDWAai AJIU
tas w. coi
a'l SC Poo M7
High and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
Farm Produce. Eggs, etc.. Paying
Highest Cash Market Prices.
in USED CARS
OLcca Aulo Exchange
We Are Crowded for Space-
I U I I
money sent by mall must be In the
rorm ot postofiice money order or
bank draft, as no cash or personal
checks will be received. Money that
nay be sent in after the supply of I
bacon is exhausted will be returned.
The address is 230 South Commer
cial street. According to Mr. Con
way a shortage in tomatoes and ba
con still continues in Portland.
Here's a Job
For a gool man. We want a Jan-
uor. Apply statesman ornce, up
Dojc Owner Organize To .Fish'
Owners of dogs and1 friends of hu
mane treatment, of animals are re
quested to meet at the Bllgh notel
Thursday evening, Feb. 19 at
o clock to protest against present un
just and conflicting laws regulating
keeping of dogs in this state.
(Signed) Col. E. Hofer, Tbos. G-
lUigh and fifty others.
Croftftlns Hearing Set
Members, of the Oregon public
service commission will hold a hear
ing at Tillamook Ciy on February
z to consider, applications for a
highway crossing at; Juneau and an I
extension of a spur railroad track
to . accomodate! the Union Oil com
pany which operates in. that city.
He Sure And See The
Dort Cutout Chassis at the show.
Oil Company Pays ' . .
The Associated Oil company of
California' has paid to the secretary
of state here $5. 183. 16, covering the
tax on the sales of gasoline and dis
tillate by that company in Oregon
for the month of January. The re
port submitted to the secretary of
state snows that tbe corporation
sold 508.609 gallons of gasohne and
19,415 gallons of distillate during
the period of 30 days ending Jan
uary. 31. -
pennon Amnred Position
Simon Benson of Portland will be
reappointed a member of the state
highway commission on 'March. $1.' I
izu, to- serve a term or tnree years, i
accurutDg io an announcement maae
by Governor Olcott today. Mr. Ben
son has been a member of the body
M ITH '
SUte'and Commercial' Streets' '
Let us prove to yon. that our prices
are less. Some good bargains la aew
. and used pianos.
I HK Wll.r.Y K- AI.I.Kf 1.11. 1
619 Court 8tT Derby buildlnx
A PERFECT CIGAA
Manufactured by '
HENDERSON'S CIGAR. FACTORY
Eaftm Auto Radiator 'Stop'
Radiators." Fenders ' and ' Gas "
Tanks Repaired j
Tractor Radiators V Specialty
Ford Radiators for 8ale
19 1 8. IJth St. Salem. Ore.
Interest Bearing InyeatmenU
80407 Oregon Bnildims!
Music and Musical Merauutdlae
Sonora Dealer la Salem
411 Court 8t. Salem, Oregon
DR. I HALL. WIL.SOX
, r t r
210-211 : U. S. NatiOBal Bank
U. S. GARAGE
KSi ITerrr Street
USED I BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New- series Studebaker,
value S1625. today $1300. U. 8.
Oarage. Phone 17SS
; Seed and Table ' Stock, i Get:
them now. they won't last long.
-.Phone 717. Office 143 Btate St.
Warehouse Trade and Hign
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We alo do local hauling.
since its Inception and for several
years past has been serving in Un
capacity of chairman. He Is now ID
California -bat wnr return to Port
land in time to attend the next reg
ular meeting of the commission-
which will be held In March.
Wins Manhood Will Lecture
This 5 afternoon at 4 o'clock
ladies.. In the, First Methodist church
on "Physical Health Culture."
Spur Track Ordered
The Oregon public service commis
sion has Issued an order permitting
the Spokane; Portland ft Seattle rail
road to extend a spur track in the
city of Reaverton, Washington. Hear
ing of the application was held late
Paulo in 'Washington , ,
Roberta Paulus of the sales de
partment of the Oregon Growers Co
operative association, is now. in
Washington, D. C. He is expected
to return to -Salem in about two
weeks. Mr. Paulus is making a tour
of eastern' cities investigating the
marketing conditions of fruit.
Attention II. I. O. K.
Your attendance is requested at
the meeting Thursday. Exalted Ruler
Archerd will appoint all sub-com
mittees for state convention.
cvdar Vontm Arrive
T. A. Livesley ft Company have
received a carload of cedar post
which they are having conveyed to
their hopyards. The posts will b
set beside those that are decayed In
the yard and the new posts securely
fastened so as to strengthen the trel
lis. Glee-Club in Sons
The Boys Glee club sang for tbe
three literary societies that met last
night, the Chrestophilians. the Phil-
odorians. and the Websterians. Their
music added much to the attractive
ness of the otherwise "regular meet
ings" of these organizations.
Be Sore and See The
Dort Cutout Chassis at the show.
Buchtel Attends Conference
Fred Buchtel, chairman of the
Oregon public service commission.
passed yesterday in Portland where
he held a. conference with j. tj. Teal.
ni waul your uuiiucm ana win iai- !
isfy you to get 1C All the service I
poaatoie lot w price. , . . . ..
Phono 1344 129 8. Com'l
EAGLE DRESS SHIRTS
f iob, $3.00 to $10.00
844 State Street
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. nigh St. Telephone 203
One OTreland, nearly new, six cylin
der, B passenger, equipped all Cord
Tires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed In Al shape for I12S0.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
348 State St. Phone 111
LLOYD L RAMSDEN
887 Court Street
Hmall iBveeoaeiit Loans Keelty
Lnav House iLntai Ageawy,
Oeneral Property Dealing.
JOHN B. SCOTT REALTY CO.,
404-401 Hubbard Bldg.
.'hone SI4 Salem. Ore.
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
North Liberty Street
1UNK AND MACHINERY OF ALL
We also bay second-hand goods.
If yon have anything to sell for a
good price call 80S. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St.
PEOPLES CASH STORE
Salem, Ore. 1 1
BTATK3MAX i i .THmqpAX,. FglJiyiARX. X9JS&0
i r .
roriiana tr&iric and transDoi tation 1
?k w7,, ;Mr' .Do-n,d'lon' head I
-u.- 1 y i-iimoermen s i
mm tru io me pres-iio
. ;ar snonage. Although con-
ditlons have Improved slightly, the
car shortage situation is said to be
serious and a number of mills have
been .forced to cease operations be-
cause of an insufficient number of
carriers tn meet their demands.
sons F.veat ITannetf
AU Willamette Is preparing to Dar-
uctpate in and enjoy, the "freshman
glee. Thlr song-creating event that 1
will take place in the Salem armory
uurmg in ?any pari or uarcn. tacni
ciass presents a school song, the best
ui wmcn are enosen ana receive me
Luclle ftannder Here
Miss Lucile itanndon at r,n tin,
employed on the Statesman but fori1'
the past year feature writer tor The
uregonun in Portland, was a visitor
in saiem yofcterday. . Miss Saunders
caijea at the state house and enjoyed
an hour chatting with Governor 01-
rott and the press gang.
Dr. Maliood Will Kpeak
At 3 p. m. today at the First M.
E. church on "Where and What Is
Heaven?" Be sure and hear him.
Five Ciirls Are III
Five girls employed In the state
Industrial accident commission de
partment at tne state nouse were
stricken with influenza yesterday
and compelled to return to their
homes. It is said that about If. m.
ployes of the state are now on ' the
Caroline Klnoner Here
.Miss Caroline' Simmers of Port
land has arrived in the city to visit
with friends. She mav find employ
ment here and , in that event will
make the Capitol City her future
Apply at the Gray Belle.
Portland People Here-
Mr. and Mrs Gray Day and two
small . children. Clarence and Mar-
jore, and -Mr. and .Mrs. Glen Day of
Fortland drove, up here Sunday to
I nss the. week-end with relatives.
Mrs. , Glen Day is. remaining for the
week and will visit her mother, Mrs.
i ''' . .
The Crowds Are Coins
Nightly to hear Dr. Mahood. He
steaks tonight at the First Metho
dist church on "The Wonderful
McMlnnville Store Robbed
The robbery of a. store in Mr Minn
vllle was reported ' to 'the 'Salem' po
nce yesterday. .The thief obtained
a large quantity of tobacco. Sheriff
Henderson of McMlnnville asked the
authorities here to assist in appre-
nenams tne nureiar. a man waa
ieen in tnat vicinity, driving a
auto, with the words ."Bull Durham
and Tuxedo ' painted on the sides of
the machine.. This man is suspected
by the McMlnnville" officers.
HarrU Kn Route ' Home
R. A. Harris, at one time in charge
of the voters' . registration depart
ment In tbe secretary of state's of-
The most sanitary kitchen cabinet
made The Kitchen Maid.
; f,, m. w, ;,, ... . , ,
H.L STIFF FURNITURE CO.
1918 studebaker six, 7 passenger.
newly painted and 'overhauled fooo
ford truck in A-l condition. .fd.V)
Model 91 Overland, almost new $8SQ
.SAI.kM' VET.IF- rOMPANY
162 North Commercial
west fur cq;
Furs of Qtiality
251 Coart St. Opp. Court noose'
DO YOU KNOW
That You Can Get
The Best Meal in Town at
THE BLUEBIRD CAFE
Yon Will Appreciate The..
Cleanliness and High Quality
163 South Commercial St..
One Trial Will Convince You
East End Stale .Street'
Every Afternoon and Evening
1:30 and 7;S0'p. m.
Band Mnsle Friday
Admission 10 Cents
The Store of Hoxutwareg
State, after 1 months passed over-
seas in y. M. C. A. work. , according
a leuer received at the executive
offices from A. F. Newell of New
York. Mr. Harris flr.t ri i
the records department at Paris and
later was made superintendent of
the inter-allied games at the French
racltaf. Ur 'wn i.nf. m. u.i.
for hfa rv(o ami . v
of the most capable men connected'
witn the Y. M. C. A. overseas dur-
late war with Germanr. Mrs.
arris is a resident of Salem.
Hear IH Mahood Tonight
At the Tint v. V. .Ki.S
Ject: "The Wonderful Christ."
.Cltz lire department was sum-
raoned'to rne residence of Mrs:Hat-
Jod . about 0 o'clock yester-
l" morning where a chimney fir
"a. Ja , Progress Tbe blaze was
Poon exflngiiished and litUe damage
Exerutrix Will Sell
Permission' was granted Amalia
Hanauaka. executrix of the Alois
Hanauska estate, to dispose of the
estate property at Wood burn for a
consideration of $11.40, by an order
of the county court yesterday. The
property was formerly appraised at
Get them at The Statesman office.
Catalog on application.
A. M. Race, driving north on Com
mercial street, struck an auto that
was being driven by A. Jones. Both
of the machines were slightly dam
aged, but neither of the drivers were
New St reef Signs Up-
All except about 150 of the street
signs ot Salem are now In place and
the remainder 'Of these will be erect
ed by the last of the week or first
of next, according to a statement
made by W. Low, city street com
missioner, yesterday. This is the
first time In the past ten 'years that
all the street signs of the city' have
teen replaced by new ones. The
I South Commercial street bridge has
been repainted, which has improved
the appearance of the wooden struc
On Acoant of the' Smallpox
And influenza epidemic we deem
it necessary to close, the Auburn
hall until such a time as 'the possi
bility of spreading disease is elim
inated. Auburn Hall company.
Bicycle Is' Stole
Merle Putnam, employed in the
Grey Belie. ' reported to the police
yesterday that some . person had
uken his bkycle' from the alley ner.
1 umg- iurt un tbhw
street, where he left It. Tuesday eve-
nlng before goiag to work. The po
lice are exerting efforts to locate tbe
Estate Is Appralaed ,
F. L. Wood. Robin D. Day and
Hazeile Gearbart, appraisers' of the
estate of Charles Hulstrom. declared
the property of the deceased to be.
worth $93 SO, The real property was
valued st $5000, , and the personal
property at $4350.
Rlffdon and '800-- . .. . .
Reliable funeraT directors.
Estate Worth $3304V- .
Tbe esUte of the. late Victor H.
Cornelius was appraised at $5500.
according to the appraiser's report
to the county, court yesterday. The
valuation was made on about 91
acres of real property' In Marion
county that belonged to tbe deceased
Tn Appraisers were D. O. Draeger.
A valuation ot szs7.es was placed
on the property ot the late George
ll'.lll.' 41 t a . m
Taius i,aapin, oy a report 01 tne
appraisers, filed wltb.the county
court yesterday. . About one-half of
the .appraisment consisted, of: real
property. Tbe remainder was in
vested In bands and savings accounts.
V C. Wlnslow. Gabrielle Clark and
S. M. Endlcott wer .the appraisers.
Kimball Factory, Taner Arrires
H, B. Adamson, expert piano tuner
I and repair man, arrived, from Kansas
City and decided to start In; Salem
taking the position of the late T. L
Molley with Geo. C. Will, the musie
... . MVS
Grand 'Army ' Funeral.
Members of Sedgwick post No. 10,
G. A. R., and all othe Civlrl War
veterans are. hereby, urged , to turn
out and ..at tend.. the 'funeral of our
late comrade. E" Albert Hart, of Co.
A. 111th N. T. infantry, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon' of .Thursday, Feb
ruary 19. at the undertaking oar-
iors or u. e. Terwiuiger, 770 Che
meketa . street. J. M. Watson, post
commander. D. Webster, adjutant.
Lytle Leaves for South
Prosecutions for violating the
livestock quarantine regulations sre
forecasted by . Dr. H- Lytle, lUte
veterinarian. In case reports received
at his office from Klamath' county
are found to be true. . Dr. Lytle left
last night tor Klamath Falls where
be. will join a federal Inspector pre
paratory, to making a complete In
vestigation of the complaints. It Is
reported, according to Dr. Lytle, that !
a number of atockmen have imported j
sheep into Oregon from California
without.first complying with the fed
eral quarantine regulations.
Three Concerns Incorporate
The Swan Lake Lumber company.
with headquarters at Swan. Or., has'
been indrpof-ated bv . George " A.
Stephenrjn. Alfred D. Collier and
Charles A. Collins. The capital
stock In $5rt.00. The Sherwood Gar
age ft Sales company, with a capital
stock of $1500. has been incorpor
ated by A. II. Morgan. H. A. Porter
and Frank H. Hilton. Headquarters!
of the company will be established
at Sherwood. Washington county.
returned in th TnitmA 1 1 . ---",-------------------
a amMaaa. aa aaaaa aaaaaa a '
Outfittcn to Women
L. M. Phillips, G. J. Burton and Jas.
L. Conley have Incorporated tbe L.
M. Phillips company, with headquar
ters at. Portland. The capital stock
Company to Sell Ktock
H. J. Scholderman, state corpor
ation commissioner, has issued a per
mit authorizing the Wallowa Pine
Lumber company to sell $50,000 of
Its stock, in Orepon. The corpor
ation has its headquarters at Wal
lowa and is Incorporated for $350.-
000. George E. Rommey of Salt
Lake City, is president of the com
pany, while Charles A. Hunter of
Wallowa is vice president. IL Mc
Kinnls is named as manager and
Contractor Get Lift
In order -to, encourage contractors
to store, materials for state work
during, the year 1920 and thereby
guard against delays of .operation
due to the car shortage, the highway
commission at Its last . meeting
authorized the state engineer to es
timate material up to 75 per cent of
Its actual cost and Include the same
In the contractors' monthly esti
mates. It Is believed that this action
will aid materially , In hurrying up
the state work during the coming
H. F. Woodry. an auctioneer of
Saskatoon, . Canada, who,: with bis
wife, visited bis brother, F. N.
Woodry ot this city during the boll
days, and then went to . California
and Mexico, returned here yesterday.
He left for Canada last night, ills
wife and daughter will, stay ln.Cal
Ifornia until ApriL Mr. Woodry Is
much Impressed with Oregon .and
California and said that be would
return next falL
Mrs. Robertson,' principal of ' tbe
Highland School will soon be able
to resume ber duties. She has been
ill with an attack" of influenxa.
Attorney ,W.. C, Wlnslow is. again
able to attend court. He has been
confined to his. borne with an attack
of the Influenza. .
Miss Helen Savage, who bas been
seriously 111 from .'an attack; of. In
fluenxa, is reported to be recovering
very satisfactory. Miss' Savage Is a
deputy In tbe office of .county re
Richard O.' Hansen, formerly tele
graph editor et Tbe Statesman and
Carl Shoemaker, state game warden,
were in Salenfyesterday. visiting old
friends and acquaintances. They
drove down from Portland In Mr
Judge Robert R. . Butler of The
Dalles was ' In Salem yesterday a
a guest of his brother. Cbauncer
John M. Scott. " general . passenger
agent of the Southern Pacific rail
road, was in Salem yesterday look
ing after the company's Interests. .
H. C. Gram, state labor commis
sioner, was in Portland yesterday.
tending official business.
Mr. snd Mrs. Gus Brown, .resid
ing on Cherry avenue, have as their
guests for a short time Mr. Brown a
raen from Portland.
Miss Ruth Wallace. Mrs. Leah Ba
ker and Miss Anna VL. Annes of the
staff In the office ot County Clerk
Boyer, are reported ill at their
homes from Influenxa.
Mrs. Bert Townsend snd son of
Pripevllle sre visiting a few days at
the bome of, Mr. -and Mrs. Clarence
Townsend, 14 Myers street of this
city. - .
Mrs. J. A. Carpenter and daugh
ter. .Helen. te14 45. Highland avenue,
left- for- Portland, yesterdsy. where
NEW YORK1 COUNTS '
Solid Meat '
Finest Oyiieri Grown
65c per pint
. 444 Court Street
Wholesale and BetaU
STATE g STREET
Is Brimfull of 7ood ralne and deHdonmetg.
It'g Sdentiflcallj and Sanitarilj Made'
BAKE-RITE BAKING CO.
Muses and Children
Carpenter's brother. Wlllard' Smit;
to be held In that city today.
Born to Mr! and Mrs. Weatherh!
a son. Alva Leltoy, February 7, 192
st Lbe Catlin ranch.
Richard O. Hansen, of the Or
gonlan copy dsk in Portland, sper.
lew nours In Salem yesterda
greeting old friends.. Mr. Hans
until recently was telegraph edltr
for The SUUsmas, resigning to
to Portland.. :
P. R. Dundar of the Phes compar.
was In Portland yesterday. - . -
Miss Pearl Carson and Miss Hele
Melnturf have gone to Cottage Gror
for a several day's visit with Mk
Mclnturf's parents. .....
MARION W. 8. - Barnes. V J. V.
Nevillc. Charles 8. Laugh ton. X.
Stewart. D. J. McKenxle. . Mr. ax
Mrs. R. W. Davis, W. F. Jeffreys. E
vv. . Rhoedc. E..R. Spencer, Port
land; I. C. Henry, Seattle; F. II
Kenney. , olympla... Wash.; Frani
HiU. . Guy B. .Bond.; Eugene; W. A.
Thompson, II. L. Warren. L. R. Ter
hume, San FrancUco.,, ,.
BLIGH M. P Bremman.' E. C.
Clement. .W, F. Casey, VSM, Breile.
A. C. Brachen, H.-.P. -Evans. -Ralph
Ledger ood. Corrick, F, S.. Anun
sen. Mr. and V Mrs,. Jack .Phillips,
Portland;' C. E.' Feller, Donald; Le
Rey f JLedgerwood.- Bonneville; Mrs.
Andrew . Young.. Haaab, AVash.; Mr.
and Mrs. , Oscar 'Sprague-lLaakins;
Miss L. M. Moorea. SUverton. , .. .
ABGO Alex ' Samuel.' Tarlock;
Walter, Ross. SUverton; F. E. Parker.
A., L.Bernrt. Oregon City; L Dag-
Igart. H. S. Bullock. V. C'Kipper,
W.,F.Ctto. Portland. .
. MONUfilENTS5 . , .
If your' monumental work is solicit
ed, 'kindly ask' the solicitor "for. our
business card. '
jr.; c. jones, .Prop, ;
Capital Monumental .Works
2210 S. Com. St, Phone 8. Sal en
Furniture, ' rangesr. heaters, tools,
and, in fact,. anything you have to
sell.--I buy for cash. Phone 110
or III. : - '
Evidence ot Good -Service.
courtesy, of ' our
Staff, the effici
ency of our Man
agement, the sat
isfaction of our
Clients is smple
evidence of the
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