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TUB OREGON STAT&3MAH I SUNDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1030.
Special meeting ol Mult- "Wilbur I Hiller" company. Inc. The
noaiab Chapter No.. 1, R. i Owen-Peeke Feed and Grain com-
A. I M., Monday evening, j
Feby. 23. Work in the M.
, K., Past and Most Exl.
Master degrees. Visiting
companions Welcome. (
llonri Certification Asked I
Certification of bonds in the sum
of $29,700 lis asked by the Rater
; Drainage district In an application
filed with the Irrigation securities
commission here. It is set out in
the application that certification of
these bonds la necessary to complete
the project. The district is located
in Columbia county. .
The fastest animal act in vaude
ville at the Hllgb today.
Corporations I File Atrlclea
Closset and Deters, wholesale deal
era of Portland, have Increased their
capital stock from 1250.000 to $400-
000, according to notice filed with
the state corporation commissioner
here. Notice of increase in capital
stock from $50,000 to $200,000 also
has been inea ty tne racuic inter
national .Company of Portland. No
tices of dissolution were filed by the
Columbia Real .Estate company and
pany or Astoria has Incorporated
with a capital stock of 125,000. The
incorporators are O. A. Owen. G. F
Peeke and A. S. Owen.
election and issuance of tap securi
ties was authorized In compliance
with the stale laws. The opinion
was requested by O. P. Hoff, state
Ir. Kantner's Bible Class
At 10:15 this morning, main audi
torium First Congregational church,
subject "The Book ot Exodus." Ev-
persons involved were subject fn bin- Tw Cmiple Marry
eftta under the workmen's compen-1 Two inarria.ge licwnccs rrr- laucl
sation act. 17 were from firms and br the county court yesterday. El-
corporations that, have rejected the! burton Thomas Suns. 11. of Wood
provisions of the act. and five were
from public utility corporations not
subject to the provisions of the law.
Apply at the Gray Belle.
animals at the Bligh
bia county." has' filed with the sec
retary of state here his declaration
to become a candidate for represent
ative from the twentieth congression-
Oil Company Pays Tax I al district at the Republican primary
The Standard Oil company of Cat- election to be held in May. Mr. Tar-
Ifornia has paid to the secretary of j bell confines bis declaration to a
state $2,655.38, covering the tax on J promise to qualify and serve the peo-
saies ol ou by the corporation in tmsi pie of his district if he is elected
state lor the montn oi January, lae
Debate is Arranged
Tl WMtamotto "flM-Hno" nrllnr.
A.H. Tarbell of Warren. Colura- lcal contest wHl.Uke place in the
WarreA Candidate Files
barn, secured a license to wed Jes
sie R. Hicks. 21. also of that place.
The marriage was conducted in Sa
lem yesterday. Thomas W. stall. &u.
of Ralem. obtained a license to mar
ry Mary Jane Myers. 3z. of baltm.l Seattle where he was taken Into eus-
The wedding ceremony was perioral-1 tody.
eu at the Laiie m. x.. parsonage yes
company, sold in Oregon during Jan- "The. Spirit's MesxAge
uary .206.939 gallons of gasoline and to the Church" and "Wanted a
117,198 gallons or distillate, accord- Man" will be Dr. Kantner's sermon Unce is exoected
it.. ti.4 uk . . . .... I a lice is eiycvicu.
ug iu l lie icyuiv uicu una l BQDjeClS lOuay.
First Methodist church Monday. Feb
ruary 23. at 11:2"5 a. m. The stu
dents who will participate fn this
event will be Frank Bennett. Paul
Wapato. Roy Skeen, Loren Barter
and Miss Ruby Rosencranz. This
contest is an annual event, and
always arouses much Interest. As
each contestant may choose his own
subject there is usually a great varl
eyt of very itneresting- and timely
material presented. A large attend
Rate Increase Sought .
Y . C? .wl . I m. , - T . ..
iWWJ . . .1 ine r arm era auona itiepauuo . n. Knhlii tannin and
m, A. A t mM a n a.n i I a. SSJ S 1 . . . . . . BjB W taavw' w -
ai toe iroi : company, wit n neaaquariers - Athletic goods.
inia eveuiug (.jv. uc nuuioa i aia, uescnuies county, a as iiiea sp
it Wouldn't Be Spring
Without Hauser Bros, window dis-
Athletic goods. See it today.
Ing the influenza epidemic early ln Bingham was called to Portland to
that year. He then went to Wllla-rm the bench during the absence
mina wnere ne succeeded in ootain- of Circuit Judxe KoUert Tucker.
Ing fraudulently about $300 from;
the parents of William Branson, who
is now serving a Ufa term in prison
for murder. Connors then left the
country and Is 'thought to have vis
ited several cities before arriving at
At the Spa.
The estate ot W. M. spaya, aeceas-
ed. was valued at $4366.72 by the
annraisers. according to their report
filed with the , county courx yester
day. The property .consists of Lib
erty bends, notes and other sec an
ties. The appraisers were kodiu u.
Dav. Harelle Gearhart 2nd F. L.
IhJla Beats) Uacotis
In what was called the fastest
game of the season the Dallas clnt
defeated the Lincoln Junior high by
a score of 8 to 6. Although they
were outweighed almost 25 pounds to
the man the Lincoln team held the
score to a 6 to C tie until the whistle
blew. In the five minutes extra play
Dallas placed the winning score. In
the preliminary game Leslie M. E
Sunday school defeated the T. M. C.
A. by a score ol 8 to 3.
at thn occasion will ba on the theme-1 niitinn with th rtromn nnhii ur
"Wanted a Man." I vir mmmUsiAn for n inrreaa in Brodlo Not Candidate
rata a fiat incronoA nf KO rpntl The Statesman has received from
Mondar Is Ilolidar nr thon in all classes of service is E. E. Brodle. publisher ol the Morn-
None of the statehouse offices will sought in the application. Hearing Ing Enterprise at Oregon City, a let
be open Monday, according to no- I of the application will be heard early
In March, according to the commrs
W. R. C Attention .
The ladles of the W.R.C. are In
vited by the D. A. R. to meet at the
armory this afternoon at 2:45. Mary
E. Adams, Press Correspondent.
State Workers 111 '3
Practically all deparemtns of
the state government are working
short handed as a resnlt of the In
fluenza epidemic In this Tlclnity.
Nine employes of the industrial ac
cident commission were absent from
their desks yesterday; while other
departments suffered similar Incon
tices posted, on the bulletin boards
of the several departments there Sat
Divorce Action Flleo
Ruth Gay filed a complaint in the
circuit court yesterday asking a de-
ter to the effect that be will not becree of divorce from her husband. I VUrJ MTbft vj u Health".
a candidate for secreUry or state. I , fu' ..
mi- ittor made neeesaanr. he I base of the suit. Mrs. Gay alleges
FA C T S
We advertise becanse we want yon
to know where you can get good re
sults oif your transfer work. Our
running expenses are 20 per cent
more over last year, we still give yon
last year's prices during the winter
and spring months to come. Take
advantage of this.
Phone'l344 . 129 So. Commercial
The Greiate.t Racing i'Laj
r. ' In The World 4
LAhRV RKMOV i
McClean VlslU Salem
of his company.
All Rotarlans and their wives or
V. McClean. manager of the ladles are expected to meet at the J "1!!., .nZ. J w. mm C dwrled her
nd Mausoleum Co... spent the Commercial club rooms Sunday. Feb r7enoS?tioS but withdrew threJ 1819? nd thi
wo days here In the Interest 22nd. at 7:15 p. m. to go in a body ortbn position, but withdrew three 1 o
pnranmv. - w . .v. weeas ago. i .
At the Spa.
to hear an address at the Congre
gational church, corner Liberty and
says, because of a recent article ap- that she married Mr. Gay at Van-
pearlng In the Oregon Voter in which couver. . .. w
he was mentioned as an avowed con-1 . u . i v v a
AAt r ' Tlrruila was nut nf IhA I Old. COB IUCUI u
that he la owner of some
t which she asks a share.
In addition to the decree of divorce
she asks $20 a week alimony for
herself and $10 weekly for the sup
port of the minor child. -
Lecture every Monday afternoon
2 p. m., room 331, Hotel Marion.
Ail We Ask Is A Trial
Jut try ona of our dinners.
, Pric 45c
CHERRY .CITY HOTEL
Opposite O. E. Depot
Carpet Goes to Pen .
The carpet recently removed from,
the floor of the governor's offices
has been takes to the penitentiary
where it will be used for the im
p ovement of that institution.
Bond Issue Irregular
A bond issue in the sum of $1000
Toted by the taxpayers of school dis
trict Number 43, in Grant counry,
today was held to be irregular by
the attorney general because the
minutes of tb- meetinr -e.ft- v-.
ot directors failed to rixOT Ui&X lM
Doctor Tests Cattle
Dr. D. D. Keeler yesterday tested
17 head of cattle, mostly milch cows.
for Emerson Harris of Oak Grove
The test was for tuberculosis and of
the purperiable test they proved
Bmall Divestment Loans Realty
Loans Uooae Ksntal Agency,
, General . Property Denlins
JOB5 1L SCOTT REALTY CO,
404-401 Hubbard Bids.
t hone 2(4 j Balem. Ore,
LLOYD L. RAMSDEN
S87 Cotirt Street
ELIGLE DRESS SHIRTS
92.00, $3.00 to $10.00
' 844 SUte Street
The Knppcnheimer House In Salem
Rigdon and Son
. Reliable funeral directors.
A PERFECT OGAB
HENDERSON'S CIGAR FACTORY
One Death Reported
There was one ratality in Oregon
due to accidents during the week end
ing February 19, according to a re-
Keep Chickens Penned Up '
Keen your ehlekens penned up is'
the latest order of the city authbrl-
ties. During the last few days num
erous complaints hare been voiced
by indignant citizens , who - charge
that the chickens are ruining their
gardens. A city ordinance was en
acted some time ago having to do
with the owners of chickens. The
city authorities are contemplating
the enforcement of 'this ordinance.
The violators of the ordinance are
subject to fine. ' f
Love, Watchmaker atWX ?ewel
337 Sute street, Salem.
Get them at The Statesman office.
Catalog on application.
Mount Crest Abbey ilausoleum i
Provides beauty and splendor, yet
nnlt Hltrnltv Th' f nil la nn mnrp
...... . . I O " J - w " "
port prepared py the inausinai ac- CareUker, phone 533. or any un-
ciaent cummiwiua. tus iiui M I dertaker.
ueorge r rison, a xoremau oi run-
land. Of the total of 434 accidents
reported for the ,week 412 -of the
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
222 North Liberty Street
Balem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 8- 12th St. "... Salem. Ore.
WILLARD Storage Battery
V SERVICE STATION
233 N. High St. Telephoned
One Orreland. nearly itew, sdx cylin
der. B nassenger. equipped all Cord
Tires and one extra, new. Guaran
teed in Al shape for 11260.
t WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO,
24S SUte St. f ' Phone 11
The most sanitary Mtchen cahinet
I made, The Kitchen Maid.
Hi L STIFF FURNITURE CO.
1918 . Studebaker Six, St. passenger
newly oainted and overhauled 9000
7Ford truck in! A-l,eondiUon, .9650
Model 98 Overland, almost new 9850
SALEM VELIE COMPANY
; 162 North Commercial
Intereat Bearing Inreatmenta
HAYKINS & ROBERTS
. S04L207 Oregon Building
THE FURNITURE MAN
Will make and hang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery'
240 Court Street.
Students Are Favored
-Oregon college students will have
an opportunity to do graduate work
at Enronean universities as a result
of plans now being formulated by
Dr. Ida Smedley McLean; who Is at
Reed college from Cambridge uni
versity In England. Dr. McLean is
working out a scheme of exchange
scholarships between English and
American colleges for graduate stu
dents. "Foreign study is the most
valuable thlnj a college gTaduatFTan
do," says Dr. McLean. "Before the
war In Knrland. the only men who
Stores to Remain Open I understood the Germans were the
. Salem business houses will not be I Englishmen who had done graduate
closed Monday, the first business dayl gtQdy !n German universities. If we
following Washington's birthday. 1 1,0 mnr nf them vi should not
The Salem postofflce will be closed I hlTe caught unprepared by the
except for the general delivery de-1 war
fiartment ana the' stamp wmaow
which will be open for one hour, be
tween nine and 10 a. m. The Sa
lem postofflce will make one -delivery
covering the entire city. The
business men of Salenr have decided
not to observe the holiday and will
keep their stores open -as usual, ac
cording to statements of the Busi
ness Men's' league yesterday,
Rchnlderman la Portland -
II. J. Scbulderman, state corpora
tion commissioner, left for Portland
yesterday where he is passing Sun
day with friends. Mr. Scbulderman
only recently announced himself as
a candidate for secretary of state.
Butler to Campaign
Chauncey Butler, until a short
time ago in charge of theaut omo
bile department of the secretary of
state's office will leave this week for
The Dalles and other eastern Oregon
cities in the interests of his campaign
for secretary of state.
In GnroiM for Niae Y
Mrs. Petti uses most aavancea
piano and harmony methods. In Sa
lem on Tuesdays. Phone 1415.
Property im Improved
Dr. Clements, who recently pur
chased a piece-of property on Che
meketa street, has set out consider
able shrubbery during the past few
days and Is making plans for the
erection of a modern dwelling. It
Is understood that the Clements
home will be elaborate in Its appoint
ments and will cost in the neighbor
hood of SC000.
Water Riehta Sought
' C. E. Weston of Grants Pass has
nv. I filed with Percy Cupper, state engl-
banks of Salem will be closed all I Lp,:"? . i",;tr
day Monday In honor of the day.
ter from Rogue River, for the Irri-
Koxer is Improving
Sam A. Koter, assistant secretary
of state who haa been ill at his home
here for several days, is expected to
is.s preTeniatire and cum
for Coughs, Colds,. Bronchi
tis, - Sore Throat, Group,
Asthma, Hoarseness, Whooping-
Cough and all Diseases
of the Pulmonary Organa. :
Not Over 11 Alcohol
Manufactured and sold by
- - ' -
Emil A. SchaeTer
Manufacturing Chemist )
Phone Main 197
133 N. Com, St, Salem, Ore.
For Kiddies, per pair. .Mc
, 2S4 North Commercial Street
E84 Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker,
value S162S. today 8100. U. B.I
Garage, Phone 1761
Tvl u r sv-s,-
State and jommerdal Streets
" 1 i
wuks cr aaxBH. obxgom
A Flom Away from Hons
Strictly Modern fl.O pr day
lee RM mt SaUd 0ifrt
Oaly Uotal In Basiaeaa District
411 State Street
' Our Specialty:
Oysters r-FIsh 7-43hops
Chill Con Cam
J. D. MADDOX, Prop.
gatlon of a small tract of land In Jo-1 resume his duties Tuesday. He was
senhine county. W. A. Mack of Ker-1 much improved yesterday, according
Ibr would aimropiiate water from Alt I to reports, aUheugh he was still
house creek, the last for of the nil- weak.
nois river, and Sucker creek for Ir
rigation of small tracts or una in
Josenhine county. J. Louis oi ios-i
tlen asks for the appropnatton oi
water from the Wallowa rlrer for a I
i supplementary supply for the irriga
tion of 755 acres ot iana in wai-i
Iowa county. N. S. Phelps of Myrtle
Poltn seeks the appropriation of wa
ter from a small unnamed stream for
domestic supply. An tone Spinas or
Selma asks for the appropriation of
water from Draper creek for the ir
rigation of 20 acres of land In Jo
Rapid Profrreae Made
The work of repainting and decor
ating the interior of the governor's
chambers at the state house is pro
greslng rapidly and probably will be
finished sometime this week. New
Carpets will bo laid and the offices
will be otherwise Improved.
Seed and Table Stock. Get
them now. they won't last long.
Phone 717. Office 642 State St.
. : Warehouse Trade and High 1
MANGIS BROS. I
f Q0( ri rifJ CtY IC ; WERE MJmtt Marers
""T 'uT' "I Will meet voc.l pnpIU Friday
fn - ,. our nrlees strons:. aerrUeabl ear wtu. aleaani i ana oaiuraay oi cko w
1-61 , 111 PF,T' J? CriLfL lJn d Interior spat if Icailons C cond floor Derby Bdg.
are leas. Some good bargains in ew 1 h.t assama maximum rvlc and I
and used pianos. I tcononor at a reaaonaoia pries mouw
, . - m- v .j - I thia ear. - .-
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO. LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
TterhT hnlldlnrt 1M . C sreeet.
C. B. Clancey, the well known
florist, is at his home with an at
tack of the grip.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lynlff of Salem
are registered at the Hotel Portlands
SI 9 Court St
Electric Machinery and Engineering
EXPERT 1XECTEICAL WORK
.'7J So. Commercial St. Phone 9SS
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality j
251 Court St, Opp. Court House
If your monumental work Is solicit-
.- ed, kindlyask the solicitor for our
f J. C. JONES, Prop.
' Caitital Monumental' Works
; 2210 S. Com. St. Phone 689, Salem
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
' TRUCiOlfe '
We also do local hauling. .
W T. RIGDQN CO.
Leading Funeral Directors
r ' -' 1
T.- 1. int)i!nr In th. law trO-1 Tortland
.Min, for the regulation of Port dls- Mrs. Fred Jacobs, a prominent
tricts which makes It illegal for a club woman of Portland and leader
: i . mmmiiiinn tn ra-1 of social activities, haa Joined ner
. . . . I j k . J will m w V A fil.
. aIva itAimuniinnn Tor WTU K nm ma, ilUKuauu UriC uu .III aumv ,
UtnejnvEin . . I wa w vaMa-vw-.w . I . . k
that wa pay ma " I nrf orm for the district, accoraing to city ner nome in xne iumrw.
IRCORD-HASn 'niHA TVNO I . , ,, .( K. lllnn,., 1 If. f. "i 1. Yi.hmr Ytvr.
. .-u-. mrninwm MAaUimii.nY laa. IBK&l UUIU1UU WJ -w ...... . auu alia. vr. a . . .
AJTD tools I General Brown. The attorney gen- day motored to Eugene where they
Don't sell anything' b?rora you sa jam. 1 e.. however, that be wouiaiiii be the week-end guests or Mr.
CAZlJJ-VVr 7m hdvise against the employment or and Mrg. c. A. Daniel. The return
Ms. n. casa'i St. - rMst l commissioners ny pons wwa olu ir n will be made tomorrow,
eaually competent laoor is avauaDie. Mr and Mrg y. H. Drake. Reber
The employment ot these eoramis- d pj0Td Allen and G. B. Bowen oi
Sioners OJ pons, me anurucj kcu''
says, might result in criticism ana is
against good policy. Tne opinion wa
asked by H. T. Stewart, secreUry of
the Port ot Port Orford. Curry coun
Musical Merchandise I
411 Court St. Baiem, uregon
Dr. ft. C. Stone-
Can be found at Tyler's durr "tore
157 South Commercial steet.
CITY CIANING WORKS . EYEGLASSES
Oaners of Quality
Cleaning Dyeing Repairing
1161 SUte St. Phonn Til
DR. I. MALIa WTXSOH
210-211 U. S. National Baadc Bldg
Fnrnltnrp. ranres. heaters, tools,
and. in fact Anything you hare io
I buy for cash. Phone 6i
i The Auctioneer
JUNK AND MACHINERY OP ALL
We also buy second-hand goods.
If too fiave anything to sell for a
cood price call 808. The Square
peal House. 7 : '
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271Cheneketa St. . Salem, Or.
Models of the
Man Six" 'Auburn
Beauty Six" and
"Elcar Fiery Four" now on exhibi
tion at 17 8 S. Commercial.
Hlah and Terry Sts. Phone 1400
Farm Produce, Eggs, etc, raying
Highest Cash Market Prices.
1 :-r-- ' '
Mill Worker KiUeA
Georce Twegle received word yes
terday that his grandson. George
Carofhers bad been Instantly killed
while working in a planing mill at
Aberdeen. Wash. Mr. Carothers
was the son of Fred Carothers, wno
for many years was a printer in The
Silverton were Salem visitors yester
day. They attended the auto show;
W. 1L Mills. 170 North commer
cial street, has as his guest nis uncie
E. C. Crystal of Vaca. Vllle. Calif.
(iirr I.. Fulkerson. county school
supervisor, has been visiting schools
in tha vleinitv of SllvertOU.
Miss Ruth Smith Is spending tne
week-end in Dallas.
Miss Gladys Brodle Is visiting in
Portland during the week-end.
Judge George O. Bingham, wno
has been conducting circuit court In
department No. 3 for Multnoman
county for the past 10 days, returned
here to his home yesteraay. juge
The Store ' of Honewares
PEOPLES CASH STORE
in USED CARS
Oletoa Anlo. Eichanje
We Are Crowded for Space
Evidence of Good
courtesy of our
Staff, the effici
ency of our Man
agement, the sat
isfaction or our
Clients Is ample
evidence of the
tialem Man Honored
A Salem man. Colonel Carle
Abrams, editor of the Pacific Home
stead, published by The Statesman
Publishing company, was eiectea
president of the Oregon Editors nd
Publishers' association, at the meet
ing held by the association in Eu
gene Friday and Saturday, uoionai
Abrams and Colonel Holer were the
representatives for Salem at the
conference and they returned nome
last night, reporting an Interesting
lamlta Methodist Church
- Sunday, 11 o'clock, bear Dr. Ma-
Vomer at Seattle-
Percy Varney, parole officer at
th utate nenitentiary is expected to
return here tonight with Charles
Connors who was arrested at the
northern city Friday on a charge of
violatinr his parole. Connors was
committed to the penitentiary here
in Jun 1917. for defrauding Mrs.
Mary Obermaier of Portland out of
S220O. but was paroled in March.
11. because of the faithful service
he rendered his fellow convicts dor
Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings
Ladies Free Monday and Friday Afternoons and Friday
STATE ?, STREET
Dr. GB. O'Neill
. ladd&Bush DankMdind
fZr0K Stale lipf