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THE CRF.OON STATESMAN: SVXDAY, MARCH 2. 1B-20.
Special meeting of De
.Mala y Coinmandery,
No. f. K. T., Monday
evening. March 29th.
Work in the Malta
Visitins Sir Knights wel-
i grefrational church will hold their
annual 1'tiIIty Sale early in April.
House are-, apron, etc., plant,
rooked food and rummage. Waiih
Train Hit Team
- The late hour at which the Ore
gon Electric train, due here at :).
arrived last ninht was because of an
accident near Tualatin, it was re
ported, in which a team or horse
was killed or severely hurt. The
iratn did not arrive until after 7
X. Need ham,
Order now. O.
508 State it. Pbon
The Forest Products company of
Portland filed articles of incorpor
ation here Saturday. The capitali
sation is $15,000 and the incorpor
ator are Claude McColloch. Joseph
B. Knapp. K. L. Rankin and Jacob
Karatn. Articles were filed by the
Grant County Hospital association
of Prairie City, the incorporators be
ing V. C. Ilelknap and 25 others.
The property valuation is $400. Res
olutions were filed by the Henry
Davis Lumber company of Portland
Increasing the capital stock from
$20,000 to $500,000 and by the
Consumers Co-Operative association
Declaring hi intention or becom
ing a citizen of the United Stales.
John Alexander McDonald. 5"'
North Twentieth street. filed the
first papers with the county clerk
of Astoria, increasing the capital!-i es,erday- McDonald is a railroad
zatton irom $4000 to $10,000. man. ne was oorn in Apple tun.
iiiengary, i anaua. ana came to this
country in February of 1!M'J.
For the kiddies, at 1030 Chernek
cta st. Phone 12 80.
Hody Sent To Portland
The body of Miss Rata Monroe,
daughter of Mrs. Peart Ross of Port
land, who died at a local hospital
Friday, was sent by the Webb At
Clough company to Portland last
night where funeral services will be
held and burial niaue. Miss Monroe
was 14 years old.
Note of Thank
We wish to express our sincerest
gratitude to all who so kindly aided
In our late bereavement. Etipeclally
may we mention Rev. AldrK'h. th
different organizations of the Leslie
M. K. church. Mrs. Gucbr and Mrs.
W. T. Davidson.
W. J. LIN FOOT.
WILLIAM LIN FOOT.
MRS. JANE FIELDS.
This Week'j Draiiery Kerial
Boston Scrims, colors and designs
to suit everyone. Regular 65c 4 sc I H)ort rtte Yaluatioi
W A L L A C K BEID
- tm -EXCISE
-A V U II AS1ITAS
By PrUr Heaet.
llallit Title 4 Omplet oil
Attorney General Drown has com
pleted ballot title for the Initiative
petition, launched by the State Tax
payers' league, providing for a di
vided session of the legislature. Sen
ator Walter M. Pierce of La Grande
is president of the league.
a valuation or $1584.39 was
placed on the estate of William F.
Fitton. deceased, according to the
appraisers' report filed in the coun
ty court yesterday. Most of the es
tate consisted of real property. Hen
ry Smith. George Ketch and J. T.
Kearns were the appraisers of the
This Week' Draiiery Special
: Boston Scrims, colon and designs
to suit everyone. Regular 65c 4 8c
Lore, Watchmaker and Jewel
337 State street, Salem.
EAGLE DRESS SHIRTS
$2.00, $3.00 to f 10.00
844 State Street
The Kupp viheinaer House in Salem
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. High St. Telephone 203
481 SUte Street
,. 07teri-F -tf iilt Chops
Clxlli Con Came
J. D. MADDOX. Prop.
E. P. Schott. W. J. Hermans and
Eugene Ditter appraised the Joseph
Ripp estate to be worth $1175.80.
bythe report filed by the county
court yesterday. The real property
Funeral In Portland
The body of Mrs. Sarah McWil
Hams of Portland who died at a local of lhe egUU, wa9 valued at $450
nyspuai rnaay was sent yesterday
to Portland for funeral services and
burial by the Webb & Clough company.
Dm. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians, U.
Creates an appetite, aids diges
tion, purides the blood, promotes
assimilation so as to secure full
nutritive value of food, and to
give strength to the wb.!e s)tem.
Xearlv :At y cars' phenomenal
eales tell tbe story of the remarka
L!e merit iiud success of Hood's
.Sarsaparilla. It is just the medi
cine you need this season.
ith the probate court yesterday
The estate is composed of real pro
perty in the viclnily of Salem.
Will meet vocal pnplla
and Saturday of each week,
escond floor Derby Bdg.
by the students, under the direction
o! Miss Ethel Salmon, the teacher.
Hecelr.4 of the social amounted to
SC9. which Is to lx used fur a new
dixit, curtains, voile) ball, a com
plete baerall equipment and to re
paper the build in r.
Nominating Petition I Hanks
Get them at The Statesman office.
Anto 4'trhe Fire
An automobile belonging to W. II.
Itrown of Dallas was hadly damaged
at Thirteenth and Stale streets aboal
11 o'clock yesterday when the oil
around the engine set fire to the
as the Y. M. C. A. gave the doach
boys who went overseas. Each Uy
who is paroled from that lostitatkra
will recede one of the; teeiameat.
and two departed with their book
during the part tk, hsvlnr earned
the right to re u rn to their bon-
The managers and officers of the
institution with to thaek lnrrry
Mr. Walter for hi addre and hit
splendid present, which will t-e o
highly appreciated by t h- boys who
go out on p role.
It. I. Go"dpastar,
Esftse; XL IL
Read tLe CUtilflcd Aiu
ltAMBBrw wrral Tla J
The funeral of Mlu Mabel Grac
Riimiiwu. who died at her bom on I
machine. The city fire department i Miller street Fndar. will U b!4
was calle and iiereed In extin-
rulahlng the blas. The fruat part
ot lhe automobile was badly damaged.
KterBlor Flle Arrount
The final account of Fred lints',
executor of the estate of Godfrey
Iental was filed In the pruba
court yesterday. According to the
report the receipts of the estate were
$9136. ;v The executor disbursed
$480.34 for claims against the estate.
lUM-khill "e t'p Mombiy
Hearing of the rase of S II. Itwk
hill against Douglas county and th
tate highway commission. In which
the plaintiff seeks to have the route
of the Pacific highway In Douglas
county chanced. Is scheduled to he
gin at Rose b uric Monday. The plalnt
tltf seeks to enjoin the commission
from building the highway accord
ing to present plans and to have It
chanced to touch at the town of
Nine Years Ennpeui Etperl
Mrs. Petri, in Salem Tuesdays
Reliable funeral director.
A slight accident occurred yester
day afternoon when It. K. Chitten
den, driving; an automobile outh on
High strata crashed into a car driv
en by Charles A. Zellnskl at Court
and High streets. Neither of tbe
drivers was Injured. One wheel of
Zellnski's car was damaged and two
tires bursted. The other car was
this afternoon at 2 Z o'.lo from
lb ItlxJon chapel. Hv W. C
Kaatner will rendutt the re
and banal mill follow lo City V
C. II. Claneey tpnt yterday la
Portlaad looklax after baae.
Miss laes Cook. cearai secretary
at the local Y. W. C. A. Is tpeadlax
the week-end vlltlag tr'.eadi la
II. J. Eberly. of th state forestry
department, has returned from Riv
erside. Cal . where h has U-a tak
ing a roars of Instruction In air
plane furet patrol work ander I be
direction of tbe air service of the
F. A Elliott, stale forter. was la
Portland eterday to attend a Hirel
ing of the Polk rooaaty forevt pa
trol a or la I ion.
SUCCESS IN LIFE
Comes threat t rata lag. A4
a&etaat la b-ilaa Is ra44
for Ike )olC pllMt U la
There is aleays a denaai tot
r""d UlkJf. good
r hrs ftmt People skirts
do etfriat rk alosr tkts
l . Yosif f skdatl W
imfctUwi to obtAin. Ieptc3i
fficSeacy t j-aja.
This raa htp ye to
rk a twcres t tke Wstaews
world. Every aebr of owr
faraity Is aa sipert la tla
brstrh of work.
Iia a- r-a waat oar graia
atea tftw tkey kaow tal
oar iralaiag la thcroaca aa4
Ca!l. let as talk It over. A cat-aU-goe
for tie aklav. Day aa4
Capital Bcsness College
K 1 1 J3I . OUIXeQ
Do Not Forjjet
That the women of the First Con-
Cure that Tired Feeling. A
Turkish Bath will do it
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Estate Is Apprals!
The estate of Rosalie Matthiea
Bergevin. who died February 26.
was valued at $4500. by the apprais
al filed in the probate court yester
day. The appraisers of the proper
ty were S. II. Howard. Joseph Ryan
and Z. Hums. No personal property
was entered in the valuation.
Auto lilts Streetcar
Clara Doerfler. a school teacher
at Lyons, in Linn county, driving an
automobile south on Capitol street.
slightly damaged the auto when she
rtruck a street car at Capitol and
Chemeketa streets yesterday after
noon. W. M. Nagel was motorman
of the street car. No one was In
jured. The accident was teported to
II. I. 4). IL Dance
Wednesday evening. March 31. for
Elks and ladles.
Will Alter llooe
S. S. Sheldon. 370 Ilellevue street.
r ecu red a permit to alter his dwell
ing from the office of the city re
corder yesterday. The estimated
cost of the repairs Is $S00.
Dr. 8. C. Rtono
Can be found at Tyler's durg store
157 South Commercial steet,
Nominating Petition ItUnks
Get them at The Statesman office.
CITY CLEANING WORKS
Oa&erf of Quality
Cleaning; Dyeing BtoaJrlaa;
till SUte St.
Salem Efaie Appraised
W. II. Trindle. Clarence Van Pat-
ton and H. F. Rroughey. appraisers
of the William Rroughey estate de
mimat eatlclared the property to be worth $15.
zuu mccoraing io me appraisal muu
Social Nets (kxnl lleturns
A large attendance was present
at the basket social given at the
Hethel school last Friday night. An
enjoyable entertainment was given
A PERFECT &GAB
HENDERSON CIGAR FACTOR!
WBEX IX SALE3C. OREGOV
A Home Away from Horn
Strictly Modern $100 per day
toe of 1114 Coaafert
Only Hotel In Bualnaaa District
Baggage and Moving. Hauling; any
where and everywhere
Phone 1S44 129 8. Cosn'l
irl It a ret Away
The queer actions of a strange
young girl with a horse aroused the
uspiclons of Hen Jackson. 1S9S Le
street, who notified the police. The
police matron and Officer Moffl'.t
responded. The girl was brought
o the, police station and Identified
aa Goldie Gidiey. 13. a runaway
from Scotts Mills, who said she was
on her way to visit relatives at Mar
lon. The girl's parents were noti
fied. The horse was placed in a liv
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO. I
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
922 North Liberty Street
D. H. M0SHER
474 Court Street
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
887 Court Street
One Orreland, nearly new, alx cylin
der, passenger, equipped all Cord
Tires and one extra, new. - Guaran
teed In Al shape for $1250.
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO.
141 State St.
The most ganitary kitchen cabinet
made, The Kitchen Maid,
H. L STIFF FUKNITURE CO.
WEST FUR CO.
Furs of Quality
231 Court St. Opp. Court House
100 pounds Wild Hay $1.00
100 lbs. Early Rose Spuds.. S3.0O
100 pounds Good Wheat. . .S4.00
1 Bale Straw 75c
60 lbs. Half Ground Salt....4M)c
THE HIGHLAND GROCERY
Phone 496 746 Highland Ave.
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trade
for Bread and Butter
THE It. C. MOTOR CO.
178 S. Commercial St.
Balea Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and; Oaa
Tractor Radiators a Specialty
Ford Radiators for 8ale
19S 8. 3Sth St. ' Salem. Ore.
State and Commercial Streets
New Shipment Received
CARL A BOWKRSOX GROCERY
SM Court Street Phone 4 (Ml
Interest Bearing Inreatmenta
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
SO4J207 Oregon Building
U. S. GARAGE
1 54 Ferry Street
rSED BDT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIALr New series Stndebaker,
value 11625. today 81300. U. 8.
Oarage. Phone 17S1
Loans House Rental Agency
General Property Dealing
JOHX 11. SCOTT REALTY CO.,
228 Oregon Building
Phone 254 Salem, Oregon
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
t... Tt.ii I Tires selling at old prices. Free tube
. I 1 . - . 1 A A II .
wiia eaca lire. ivvv miin ui ki-
vlce at a saving ot 40 per cent.
SALEM VELIE COMPANY
162 North Commercial Street
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
Motorlata who ara looklna for a
strong, acrvlcabla car with Leant
body lines ana interior apeciucattons
chat aaauma maximum eervlca and
Konomjr at a reasonable prlca should
LEE L GILBERT, Distribator
If your monumental work Is solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor for our
J. C. JOXES, Prop.
Capital Monumental Works
2210 S. Com. St. Phone 689, Salem
Seed and Table Stock. Get
thera now, they won't last long.
Phone 717. Office S42 State St.
Warehouse Trade and High
THE FURNITURE MAN
Will make and hang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
240 Court Street.
for Kiddies, per pair Mc
284 North Commercial Street
that we pay tse niaaeai sn lor
CAKFKTS, STOVK. MACUUKBT
Don't aell anrthlnsr Before yon
THE CAPITAL MIHUWIHS AJIU
ri'II ITl. ILU CXt.
S8S W. Ca l St. rnene 47
Mnale and Mnalcal Mecrttandlse
Sonora Dealer La
418 Court St. Falem, Oregon
MARION H. Mafhood. C. IX.
Gardner. V. W. Graham. Walter
Itetaks. Betty and May Nathhaam
and Heimer Klela: Portland. Harold
Hong and Harry Karle. Tacona. L. K.
Conn. Lakeslew. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Lindsay. Santa Cms, CaJ. B. F. Hy
land. Itoseburc. Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Hoff. Los Angeles.
BLIGH Ray Lewis. McMiasvllU;
R. B. Smith. Sheridan; Thomas
Ives. Ricreall; G. A. Newton. Inde
pendence; W. E. Keyte. I. V. Dustla.
Eocene; Fred Tomer. Cottage
Grove; H. M. Richardson. Dallas:
Dell E. Korgey, Albany; J..W. Mc
Donald. Spokane. Waah.: Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Blackwell. Jrffersoa; p. D.
ARGO Haiel Irvln. Nellie Endl
cott. Turner; 8. C. Cleveland. Pedee.
Ore.; J. V. Wtlltams. Independence:
We give aerrUe
that baa prorsa
ay. aad the etn
rieacy with wkkh
wt reader It la
ta res your tea
Get them at The Statesman office
Catalog on application.
Six-room modern plastered bun
galow, bath, laundry, fireplace, fruit
and vegetable room, garage, wood
shed, splendid light fixtures, built-in
conveniences, all In first-class con-
dition good lot for garden, only
$320. Terms on part. Modern 10-
room bouse with sleeping porch,
large porches, fireplace, basement,
furnace, garage, paved street, two
blocks from State Capitol, north
tnly fCSOO. Socolofsky. 341 State
.Mullrnlt Mill Plead
Jess Mulllnlx. alias Jason Malll-
nix. charged with assault with a
dangerous weapon with latent to
kill, was arraigned In the Jitstlr
court yesterday afternoon. Mulle
nix took advantage of the law which
allows him one day to decide on the
employment of attorneya and ar
range his plea. He will enter his
pla beiore Judge 1'nruh tomorrow
at 10 o'rlork. Mulllnlx Is susp-eted
as the man who shot T. W. Steiger
at his farm on the Pacific highway
Thursday night. '
LADD & BUSH. BANKERS
General Danidsf Boaiaesa
Office noun from 10 ft. ta. lo 3 p.
ARE YOU GOING TO PLANT ITALIAN PRUNES 7
We can deliver fine trees la the 4-8 sad 2-4 foot grades, for la se
rf late planting.
Can also supply yon with a general asaortnaect or Pratt. Nat aad
Ornamental Tr. Small FralU aad Roees
OCR STOCK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
1030 Chemeketa Street
Complying with popular demand
of the discriminating dancers of Sa
lem, the Moose hall will he openel
for dancing every Saturday night,
commencing with April 5th. The
Revelation Harmony orrheatra which
has for the past year devoted its
time to furnishing syncopated music
for social dancing parties, has been
secured to fomUh music for this
popular place. The Revelation or
chestra has gained an enviable po
tiltlon among Salm dancers by play
ing danre music that la "different."
STATE g STREET
- LaddBush Dank Bu2di:$
TkxvOZS XVs O
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools,
and. In fact anything yon hare to
sell. I buy for cash. Phone 510
The Store of Housewares
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hauling.
Let ns prore to yon that onr prices
I are less. Some good bargains in new i
and need pianos.
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.
519 Court St Derby building
TO ec trie Machinery and Engineering
EXPERT ELECTRICAL WORK
337 Court Street Phone s
JTJXK AND MACniXEPr OP ALL
We also boy second-hand goods.
If yon hare anything to sell for
good price rail 98. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St, Salem, Ore.
W T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Directors
High and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
Farm Produce. Erjrs. etc. Paying
' Highest Cash Market Prices.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
Rickey F.ajoya Social
A program and basket social giv
en by the students of the Rickey
school Friday nlrht netted receipts
of HI. SO. A very eipanslve pro
gram gavi the pupils of the school
an excellent opportunitr to exhibit
ihelr talents. Mrs. Mattel Dror-
batich Is teacher of the school. The
affair was enjoyed by a large aud
ience. The program was opened
with the song "No Land Like Ore
gon." Recitations were given, by
Michael Fltipatrirk. Goldie Roberta.
Robert I.ewls. Anna Laake. Frank
Pike. Klmr Crlpentrog. Irene
Pierce. Miss Nlles and by the grad.
All We Ask Is A Trial
Just try one . of our dinners.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL
Opposite 0. E. Depot
Hill To Plead )lmUT
Jaspfr 1(111. alias C. H. Hill, alias
Jack GUoiorr. charged with larceny
by bailee, will plead before Judge
1'nruh at 10:3 tomorrow moraine
Hill was arraigned In Justice court
yterday an 1 asked the time to
plead, lie was given until Mondsr
at H:3. According to the author
ities Hill has confessed to belnr the
person who took S3 and an Klein
wairh from Cecil t Creson. 132i
Norway street, while the two men
were Maying at the Res hotel la
Sunday night. Hill was arrested re
cently by Sheriff W. I. Needham.
T a W. m
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE LOOKS
OF THIS PARTY?
Tea cant blaao hta for looklsg soar, fit has
the Grip, a growth, tie toee raaa. his teste aeta.
on the world through bio glirrts. laat
hen we kav a Cold.
medietas ta redac the frrer. stoa the
ach. carry the raasa oat of tb rystaea. Her Is a
preparatioo that ta frvsr-rsdactag. anodroa, aad
pUaaastly laaaUva Try on box. Toa U Uka B.
SchMfer's Cold Tablets
- i xa urxp, a in
yl J and be looks ca
f- aa we all do w
Toa need a c
Schaefer's Drsi Store
PI.ae lhe Ibty
W. P. Walter, secretary of the T.
M. C. A. work for Marlon county,
visited tbe state training school last
Sunday. He addressed the boys of
the Institntlon at 11 o'clock and gave
a talk that was Interesting and In
structive. Then he presented the
institution with 100 testaments, suth
Follow the mmd ta tlx Dream la d lUak. IdWa freo ahaCew
loUy. Taewlay. WeOeday. ThairMLay aad Friday. Maaeala
Velaeaay. Marrh 41. Ow-t petar. AdmlMtM tnlVlrra'a Iay,
Malarday, SV. rUad mwie Kalarday aaxl fiaaday.