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THE OREGON BTATEJMANt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1020.
Sir. Kirk" Reaver
. ! Mrs. William
member of (he
litlcal party, and we hereby denuand commission from making" the Initial
that the master of the state grange h.ayment on the o-ealled Reddish
publicly and through the press make game farm in Lane county
clear and plain his position as such
Kirk, wife of. a
state industrial acci
dent commUsioh, has recovered from
a severe attack 'of Influenza.
The Cleveland Tractor Co, will
hold a tractor! school at 121 South
Commercial Ftircet during the week
A.t L'nkriKrv 91i In W fra.i (a nnmara!
rnd those interested in the Cletrac ,ur, y
tractor.; Experts will be in attend
ance as Instructors. V. II. Tatter-
Mn Co. I i .
In the state of OregondtrrTtvp the
monthof January. lSO, shoys the
rule of 97,.01 gallon's of gasoline
and 1,930 gallons ot dlstlllatj
which the total tax of one cei
gallon on gasoline and one-half cent
per gallon on distillate amounted tu
with reference to this so-called Iand
and Labor party, and that he make
plain the position of the Granee with
reference thereto, to 'he end that tb
public mind may be fully advised as
the true Fi,ion ' ,ne Grange
in this all important matter."
City Editor I nifcHMrea
; Stephen Stone, city editor of the
Salem Statesman and local corres
pondent for this Portland TelegVam.
It reported as recovering slowly
from an attack of influenza. It is
not believed he will be able to re
sume his duties before some time
; Apply at the
Auto Show Dancer
Big dance at the Auto show Sat-
night. Dance among the
automobiles. Admission, $1; ladies
uto Show Iwnre
Big dance at the Auto show Sat
urday nitht. nance among the
'automobiles. Admission, $1; ladies
Private Secretary HI
Don Upjohn, who recently recover
ed from a few day's illness and re
turned to his desk in the executive
offices, is again on the sick list. He
i3 said to be suffering from an ail
ment da to inhaling the odor caused
by painting the interior of the gover
nor's chambers. Mr. Upjohn's con
dition is not considered serious,
however, and ha probably will be at
his office within the next few days.
I'wer Ievenn'nt Akcd
An application for the develop
ment of power on the Wallowa river
has been filed with the secretary of
the water board here by A. J. XI c-
Inturff & Hon of Knterprise. Thla
development contemplates the ap
propriation of 100 second feet of
the waters of the 'Wallowa river
above Wallowa lake for the develop
ment of CS2 horse-power, and the
estimated cost of the improvement
On Acount of the Smallpox
And influenza epidemic we deem
it necessary to close the Auburn
hall until ruch a time as the possi
bility of spreading disease Is elim
inated. Auburn Hall company.
The statement of the Shell Com
pany of California of the number of
gallons of , motor, vehicle fuel sold
THE FLAME OF THE
Ijpa in Portland
A. H. Iea. secretary of the state
fair board, has gone to Portland
where he is working out some of the
details attendant to the fair to be
held here this year.
.Multnomah Man Filei
D. C. Lewis, representative from
Multnomah county, yesterday filed
with the secretary of state his declar
ation to become a candidate for state
senator of Multnomah county at the
Republican primary election to be
held -in May. Representative Lewis
f.ets out in his declaration that he
Walter D. Ilines. director general
of the the railroad administration,
was substituted as defendant in lieu
of the Southern Pacific company by
an order ot the county court yester
day. The Southern Pacific company
Is a defendant in a suit for damages
brought by Silas Howard, who al
leged in his complaint that his son's
death here some time ago was the
result of negligence on the pari of
the railroad company. The boy was
struck by an auto and the force of
the collision threw him, under a
street car. according to the complaint
filed by Mr. Howard.
few days have voluntarilv appeared
at the office and asked the amounts
they are expected to contribute, it
la hoped that the $10,000 will be
raised by this means in a few days.
I tot a Han n. Notice
All Rotarlans and their wives or
ladles are expected to meet at the
Commercial club rooms f unday, Feb
22nd. at 7:15 p. m. to go In a body
to hear an address at the Congre
gational church, corner Liberty and
Rigdon and Son
Reliable f uneraL directors.
IMoneer I Visitor
J. B. Huntington of Portland was
a Salem visitor yesterday. While
here he spent the day viisting with
friends and making new acquaintanc
es. Mr. Huntington is an Oregon pi
oneer, having come to this city In
1872. Previously he was located
near Portland for many years. He
is well known In political circles of
Oregon, and Is an interesting speak-
and nation to normal conditions and
The, Dor Cutout Chassis
Prona Aoruutlallv t r ha Vo or
York auto show is now on display at would support any legitimate meas
the Salem autoshow and is the cen- areWIwn,ch. h" for lt Wrpo the
if f attr..in aii curbing of the profiteer and the
cal parts are exposedelectric lignt- lowering of living costs. Mr. Iwls
ed. showing the construction of mis ask" that the following be printed
wonderful car. See this display and aftcr hls name: "I will do right."
then talk with the Salem Velie com
favors legislation restoring tpe Btate er. He left for Portland this morn
ing where he now resides with his
family. Mr. Huntington and family
have recently returned from a long
tour of the Orient and he relates
many strange customs of the brown
Plies Company Answer
The Phez company filed a reply to
the answer of J. H. Dunlap. A. I.
Gibson and others in the circuit court
yesterday. In the answer the plain
tilt denied all the allegations of the
defendants and asked the court for
relief sought in the original com
plaint. The Thez company recently
brought suit against the farmers, al
leging that they have not complied
with their contract agreements.
Lore, Watchmaker ana Jeweler
337 Slate street, Salem.
Asktt f"72.50 Judgment-
Mark Aspinwall started suit in the
circuit court yesterday against the
firm of Xlangls Brothers, asking for
Judgment of $772.50 for alleged de
livery of farm products that, were
purchased by the defendants. Of
the entire sale price the plaintiff
claims that he nas only received
$100 as advance money' and $68.85
for the sacks the produce was deliv
nany regarding delivery of Dort
Politics Is Opposed
Evening Star Grange of Portland
has gone on record as opposed to
anuiauon witn any particular p-
Get them at The Statesman office.
Catalog on application.
Auto Show iHinee
Big dance at the Auto show Sat
urday night. Dance among the
automobiles. Admission, $1; ladles
Plumber File Suit
Carl Patton and Harry Patton filed
suit to recover $710.10 from Will E.
Purdy and others, in the circuit court
yesterday. The defendant lliea a
mechanic's leln for plumbing alleged
to have been installed in a building
under the control of the defendants.
The Dlaintiff asks for $710.10 as I
Judgment and costs or tne coun ac
You will find here a fine assortment of Wo
men's, Misses' and Juniors' Jersey Suits, Jer
sey Dresses, Jersey Tuxedo Coats and Jersey
Sport Coats, in colors as follows Beaver,
taupe, Jade Blue, Cadet Blue, Buff, Tan, Grey
and Burnt Orange.
A good assortment of sizes, priced reasonably
'Oectric Machinery and Engineering
' For :
EXPERT ELECTRIC AL WORK
i.l So. Commercial St. Phone 965
Water Rights Sought
J. C. Stevens of Portland has filed
application with the state engineer
litical party or organization, accord- here for tbt" appropriation of 5000
ing to resolutions received here to- aecona leet oi waier irora uscnuies
day. The grange, at a recent meet- rnrer ,or lDe aeveiopmeni or tu.
Ing. resolved as follows- "Now there- 000 norse-power. The development
fore, be it resolved by Evening Star contemplates ne construction or a
concrete uani iio leei iuku ana nov
feet long, and a canal about 600 feet
Grange No. 27, that we are unalter
ably opposed to In any way linkink
the grange with any others in the
formation or fostering of any po-
4?4 Govt Street
W T, RIGDON CO.
Treading Funeral Directors
CITY CLEANING WORKS
-Oaners ot Quality
Cleaning Dyeing BAfalrln
1211 State St Phono Ttl
Models of the
Man Six" "Auburn
Beauty Six" and
Elcar Fiery Four" now on exhibi
tion at 178 s. commercial.
Club Fund Swelled
Subscriptions continue to arrive
for the Commercial club fund and
the deficit now totals $2500. Thoie
who subscribed to the fund yester
day were W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
$100; F. N. Oerby. $100; August
Huckstein, $25; Mayion Auto com
pany, $50; Charles R. Archerd m
plement company, $50, and William
Mciiiienrist jr. faU. Without so-
On Account of the Hu
The "Three Link Needle Club"
dance has been postponed until next
Oratorical Content On
The Old Line Oratorical Contest
which was to have been held in Sa
lem Saturday night has been post
poned until Monday noon on account
conflict with Wlllamette-Mtui-
1. . ghuUes (Go.
MO K E
State and Commercial Streets
j Portland Lawyer Here
W. P. Lord, well known practicing
attorney of Portland, was here yes-'
terday representing H. C. Holmes,'
who some time ago Instituted an
action to restrain the fish and game
EAGLE DRESS SHIRTS
$2.00, $3.00 to $10.00
licitation on the part, of the Com-1 nomnh basketball game to be held
r t - i . . I -k a a a i a T"V. a I
uierciai ciuo several u urine ine nasi I in i'oriiana ine samo dikui. auc
oratorical contest will take place in I given a permit to erect a sheet iron
the First Methodist church at 11:25 de luxe sign hoard behind the new
la. m. Monday, February 23.
Let us prove to you that our prices
are leas. Some good bargains in new
and used piano.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
519 Court St, Derby building
We all have to move to meet the
high cost of living. When It Is your Carl Doney 1 III
turn see us. We will move you
Phone 134 4 129 So. Commercial
344 State Street
The Kuppenhclmer House in Salem
Do You Know That You Can Get
The Best Meals at
Rev. Carl G. Doney. who Is ill at
his home with the influenza, was the
reclDlent yesterday of a floral re
membrance from the Willamette stu-
dentbodr. Pres. Doney is a great
favorite with the students who are
all wishing for his speedy recovery.
filling station on State and High
streets. The cost is estimated at
A PERFECT CI GAB
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORY
THE BLUE BIRD CAFE
Mean from 6 a. m. to 9 p
F. W. Gaines filed salt against s.
C. Mills and Florence Mills in the
circuit court yesterday, alleging that
the defendants had misrepresented a
piece of property that was purchased
from them. According to the com
5 feet 7 inches tall, weighting 125
pounds, has bine eyes and a light
complexion. Dunn is from Mt. Ver
non, is 5 feet 8 inches tall, slightly
stooped, and has a light complexion.
The usual reward of $5 Is -offered
for the apprehension of the escapes.
W. E. Welch. E. J. Tacked and
Fred Trow, appraisers of the prop
erty ot Harold, Kenneth. Wilbur and
Donald Moore, by a report Tiled In
More Influenza Reporte! Dlalnt the defendant bought a hotel
Reports from the state hospital ior frnm .,- fprxiant for the mm ofT . ...
.1,-, ;, irtiota that neveral Da- IW . -Vi .v.. ,1.. eir esiaie worm iu aamw
tients there were stricken with the establishment was nettlne $25 a
Best Cooks and Tastes Like Home Influenza yesterday. Fifty cases naa week above expenses and was a more
ict Qnuih Pnmmoriai I been reDorted nreviousiy. a sirici i n in.,.imni than n i&nno
quarantine has been estamisnea ana farm The piajntiff claims that these
as yet mere nave Deeu no ueaiuo,
The most sanitary kitchen cabinet r,aiM,rlan(ih,p closed
Samuel Brown, guardian ot uer-
statements were untrue and asks the
court lor judgment of $1500 and
men appraised the estate of Emma
Moore at $450 and the property ot
Callsta Moore at $450.
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators. Fenders and Oaa
Tractor Radiators Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
19S 8. 12th St, Salem. Ore.
WILLARD Storage Battery
233 N. High St. Telephone 203
made, The Kitchen Maid.
H.L STIFF FURNITURE CO.
trude Brown, was released from fur
ther charges of his guardianship by
an order of the county court yester
day. It was shown to the court that
the ward had attained the age of
maioritr and was legally able to
care for her own property.
tan btuaeDaaer &ix. passenger. ute of $1500 wag turned over
newly painted and overnauied woo wh- w Pnaran
Model 98 Overland, almost new $8SO
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
' Motor lata who are looklnc for
strong, serviceable car with elegant
Douy lines ana inverior
what urom maximum ervlce and
cuoomy at a reasonable price should
LEE L GILBERT. Distributor
, ,-.t im S. Ceaaaaerelal Street.
THE FCRJflTTJRB MAJf
make and hang; your drapea.
Largest .Stock of Drapery.
140 Court Street.
far Kiddles, per pair. ..BCfc
2S4 North Commercial Street
i 481 State Street
! Our Specialty:
Oysters pFlsh Chopf
Chill Con Carne
J. D. MADD03C. Prop,
. -that we pay I the .!; Ht for
' CAIll'ETS, STOVF.S. MACUX9iRT
r 1ID TOOLS
Oow't sen anythir before yea wu.
TUB CAPIT4U HkHDWUUD JIU
M R. Ce-'l Stl Ffceave 47
I BISHOP BROS.
High and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
Farm Produce. Eggs, etc.. Paying
Highest Cash Market Prices. .
in USED CARS
Interest Bearing InTestmenta
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
80407 Oregon Building
ne ."."IT,"0; SALEM VELIE COMPANY
Tires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed In Al shape for $1250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
148 State St. Phone 311
162 North Commercial
Music and Musical Merchandise
gonora Dealer In Salem
411 Court St. Salem, Oregon
dr. L. hall wrxsaif
210-211 V. B. National Bank Bldg
AND REP ADItS
LLOYD L RAMSDEN
887 Court Street
Bmall laveetinent loans Realty
Loans House Ksntal Agency,
General Property Dealing.
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO
4 04-4 OS Hubbard Bldg.
?bone 2S4 Salem. Ore.
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
251 Court St. Opp. Court House
Divorce la Koueht
An amended complaint was niea
with the circuit court yesterday by
Susie May Hanson, who is seeking
a divorce from her husband, fc.. i'
Hanson. The amended complaint
An es- gets out that the couple were mar
to ried In Salem April 11. 1916. There
are "no children or property rights
invilved. The divorce action is baSed
a m . . a a. V M
Iarr Ro(M Paea on tne atiegea iact tnat iiausou ur
- . m . a a w a inisz v f a
Miss Mary Rose died at ner Dome, senea ner bdoui. juij ji,
B7 Xorth Winter atreet. earlv ves- plaintiff asks a decree of divorce and
terday morning. She was 67 years such other reiiei as tne court aeema
old and is survived by her brother, advisable
John N. Rose, three nieces and three
nephews. The funeral will be from Marhlno Pitched
the St. Joseph's church Saturday at Henry Schott. 850 E street, report
9 o'clock a. m. under the direction I ed to the police yesterday that there
of the Terwilllcer home. Burial will was an auto in the ditch between D
WUES IX SALE If, ORKGOJC
A Home Away from Rene
Strictly Modern $1 per day
lee Bnai ( SliS Ceifert
Only Hotel la Buataeaa DUtrlet.
-f lEDr.CR O'Neill
1 I CTC0rTRST-(FTOAN
VUt PK'-t i fc.k a.-!. tLJU
fillow In the Catholic cemetery.
If your monumental work is solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor for our
J. C. JOXES, Prop.
Capital Monumental Works
2210 S. Com. St
Funeral Hour la Set
The funeral of Mrs. Anette Schind-
ler. who died Wednesday at her home
on Riverside drive, will be held from
the Rigdon chapel at 11 a. m. Satur
day. Burial will be In the City View
and E streets on Winter street, and!
that it bad been there overnight.!
After investigation the police learned
that the owner ot the car had skid
ded into the ditch .to avoid a colli
sion with a truck and that, because
of the mire he was unable to move
the machine until morning.
654 Ferry Street
TJSED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker,
ralue $1625. today $1300. U.S.
Oarage. Phone 176Z
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
222 North Liberty Street
Spencer Funeral Set
The funeral of the late Charles
Phone 689, Salem Spencer, who died Thursday morn
ing at a local nospitai win De neia
from the Terwillijcer home at 2 this
afternoon. Rev. M. Laugbridge will
officiate and burial will be in the
City View cemetery.
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools,
and, in fact anything you have to
sell. I buy for cash. Phone 510
W00DRY, The Auctioneer
Seed and Table Stock. Get
them now, they won't last long.
Phone 717. Office 542 State St.
Warehouse Trade and High
JUNK A XI) MACHINERY OF ALL
We also buy second-hand goods.
If you bare anything to sell (or a
Kood price- call 308. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St. Salem, Ore.
East End State Street ;
Every Afternoon and Evening
1:30 and 7;30 p. m.
Rand Music Friday
Admission 10 Cents
Oleson Atit o Exchange
We Are Crowded for Space
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hauling
PEOPLES CASH STORE
Private Service HeI3
Private funeral services, conduct
ed bv Rev. C H. Powell were held
yesterday for Richard Watson Hurl-
burt. father of Mrs. Kollln K. I'age
who died Wednesday night at a local
hospital. He was 81 years old. The
body was taken yesterday afternoon
to Portland by Mr. and Mrs. Page
New Fountain Installed
I. R. Smith, proprietor of a local
clear store, has purchased a soda
fountain which he will operate dur
ing the comlne summer. The foun
tain is strictly modern and will gush
forth all the popular summer bev
All We Ask It A Trial
Just try one of our dinners.
CHERRY . CITY HOTEL
Opposite O. E. Depot
Hotel" Are Crowded
Although there has been no con
ventions or other gatherings of Im
portance in Salem during the past
week, the hotels are aaid to be
crowded to capacity. This is taken
to indicate, hotel managers say. that
many people are being attracted
here by the prosperity that now pre
vails in this part oi the state.
Public IJhrary to Clo
The public library will be closed
between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock
this afternoon during the funeral
services of the late Charles Spencer.
The Store of Housewares
Salem Attract Rulnea
J. V. Dopplmaler of the J. F. Dop
plmaler Automobile Co. has recently
come to Salem to make- the Cherry
City his home and establish here the
headquarters of his extensive auto
mobile business. Mr. and Mrs. Dop
nlmaler are at the Marion hotel un
til they are able to find a location.
School to Ruy Piano
W. M. Smith, county school super
intendent, visited the Brooks srhool
vpKterdav. He reported that the
school has purchased a new piano at
a cost of $P,r.n. The money tor the
piano will br raised by the students,
who Kive entertainments, and the
purchase price Is expected to be In
hand by the lat of May.
Rody Sent to Portland
The body of the late Dr. Richard
Watson Hurlburt. who was recelv
ing medical treatment at a local hos
pital for more than a year, was gnt
to Portland for burial yesterday. He
died here Wednesday. Dr. Hurlburt
came to this city thre years aso
from Ontario, Canada, with his wife,
who died two years later. They had
been making their home with I)r
Hurlburt's daughter, Mrs. Rolin K
Page, at IIS", Chcheketa street.
Two Permits IwMied
Two permits were issued by City
Recorder Race yesterday. Krd Mar
ker obtained a permit to alter a one
and on-half story frame dwelling
at 1130 North Cottage. The esti
!r. Fnley Imirm
Dr. H. C. Epley. who has been con
fined to hU home. I?s North Win
ter lret. for the past week with an
attack of la grippe was reported yes
terday to Ix much improved. There
has leen a rumor about town that
Dr. Epley was near the point
of death with influenza.
Hoy Still At Lrrge
All efforts to locate Clarence
Bland, 15, and Edward Dunn, 14
who escaped from the Btate training
whool yesterday proved fruit les.. ac
cording to the superintendent of the
Institution. liland Is from Rend and
It is expected that he probably will
He Is described as being
444 State Street
mated cost is 350. T. G. BHjh waago there.
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