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TITE OREGON STATES3LUP: SATURDAY, MAY S. 1920.
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CITY MEWS 1
Another Hi Affair f
Baseball dance, armory tbnigbt.
Another nig Affair
Baseball dance, armory tonight.
Baby chicks for sale today,
duced prices, 558 State street.
Baby chicks .for sale today,
duced prices, 5s State street.
Reliable funeral director.
Tonlffht, at'' Moose Hall-ill t
The "Revelation"" 'orchestra danc
ing, ladies free. i
The Mlterelatln Orchestra
At Moose hall tonight. Singing
and dancing. : Ladies free.
i John Curtin, an inmate of the
Oregon state hospital for the insane
escaped Thursday night,-and though
the police are assisting the hospital
attaches in the search, no trace - of Dr. S. C. Stone
him has-been found. Curtin is de-j At Tyler's Drug Store,
scribed as 5 feet. 11 inches in height.
weight about 150 pounds, brown
hair, light complexion and m Mr.
ing blue overalls over the regulation
unnorm oi tne institution.
That "lleTetatlon' Music
Tonight at Moose' hall.
Moose Hall Tonight ,
KevelaUon" music by the "Rev
elation" orchestra, for dancing. La
Lady Cook Wanted
mummies, and that she was under
the influence of her nephew, Ilanj
Urasdani. when she drew ud her
will. The will shows that the es
tate Is valued at $7000. and that
Mrs. Anucdson left $50 to a sister.
Ingeborg Hansen, of Norway, $0
to Lewis Hanson, the brother who
is contesting the will, and $2000 to!
Hanslna Hanson, another sister in
Norway. . The rest of the estate is
left to Hans Grasdahl. a nephew.
who is also named as administrator.
Tonight, Moow Hall
Singing and 'Revelation'
mony for dancing. Harley C.
Mtne Hall Daneing
Tonight. "Revelation" music and
singing. Harley C. Pugh.
Three Couples Licensed
Marriage licenses were issued yes
terday 7 to Franklin LeRoy McCor
niiek and Margaret Wllmot, both of
Gervals; to Ralph H. Mercer and
Harriet Ann Rigdon of Salem, and
to William Francis Kennedy of Spo
kane and Wanda Cox of Salem.
Dance, Auburn Hall
Tonght. Hunt's Jazs band.
Two Are Stopped
W. H. Patterson was arrested yes
terday for speeding on South Com
mercial street between Bush and
Kearney streets. At the time of his
arrest he Ij said to have been driv
Ing at the rate of 30 miles an hour.
A short time later Mrs. P. H. Spenc
er was arrested lor speeding at the
same place that Patterson Was
caught. They will be arraigned be-
O.ll.. f n n. D,,
Thousands I lave Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
Are 3 Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the
lesuit of Dr. Edwards' extermination
not to treat tc and bowel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets (a vegetable compound
mixed 'with olive oil) in his private
practice with great euctcss
.-They do all the rood that calomel
does but have no bad after effects. No
pains, no griping, no injury to the
cums or danger from acid foods yet
they stimulate the fever and howes.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when you feel locy and heavy.
Note bow they dear clouded brain and
perk up the spirits. 10c and 25c a box.
tion of Cbemeketa and Liberty
streets. Upon investigation the po
lice learned tat the auto belonged
to I. G. Lee, who lives on Highland
IJTe ChrUtlaa Endeavor MeetlH
First Congregational' church. Mis
Florence Elgin, leader.
L.I L A LEE
"IIUSTIJXG A BRIDE"
WUrttcus Snow Todr.y
Pacific Highway Closed
Beginning Monday .morning, the
Pacific highway will be closed to
traffic from Henry Does' store, north
to Hayesville, while the road is be
ing improved, and all traffic is ad
vised to go over the River road.
918.50 per lOO
For White Leghorn
Prompt deliveries. C.
558 State. Phone 400.
N. ' Needham.
county court was received oy ia
ublic service comtnlraJon yesierosj
asking for permission to eonsimci
grade crossing over me iracss oi
the Oregon-Washington uauroaa
Navigation company one mile norta
of Chandler crossing, in uaser
county. The Muitnotnsn couau
court sent in an application tor per
mission to extend a grade crossing
over the Oregon Electric tracks at
alder SDrinrs. Multnomah county.
The Elk City Telephone exchange
applied for an order permitting the
fnmnanv In restrict its BOUTS Of
Get them at The Btstesman office
Catalog on application.
Hues to Clear Title-
Paul IUucber filed complaint
terdav with the circuit court aralnst
Jalia A. Vaughn et al. Mr. Blucher
asks fcr a clear title to certain prop
erty located in Marlon county.
Cut Flowers for Mothers Day-
Phone your orders for cut nowers
today. Arthur Plant's green house.
1250W. 1238 South Thirteenth, cor
? DiCB. OTtelll
: 1 CPTOnETRIST-OPTJOAN
p."- laddiBuh Rart&itoirf
Takes the place of cloth
at about one-third
MAX 0. BUREN
179 N. Commercial St
, Interest Bearing Investments
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
" WV4J80T Oregon Building
Today, 11 a. m.. to
Kentucky." 10c. Ye
see "In Old
Win Is Contested
Lewis Hanson filed a petition with
the circuit court yesterday . to have
the will of his sister, the late Carrie
Anunason. Jsqt asiae. lie cuams
that she was of unsound mind and
suffering from physical and mental
'Special 10c matinee for children
to see "In Old Kentucky" at Ye
Liberty today. 11 a.m.
Final Account Filed
The final account in the estate
of the late Amanda T. Hearts was
filed with the county court yester
day by Arthur G. Evett. adminis
trator. The estate is valued at
16768.34 and each of five children
will get a firth, or 11353.67. T&e
chi Wren are Effie Rlsley. Genou.
Mont.; Grace Angel. Xampa. Idaho:
Arthur G. Evett. Silverton; Lulu Z.
Nichols. Spokane, and Jane Russell
of Walla Walla.
The Maa In the Aatoniohile
And His Religion"' will be tr.
Ksntner's rermon subject Sunday at
ft p. m. Mother's Day address at
11 a. m.
Ir. J. O. Mathin
Residence phone Is temporarily
596-R. Office phone. 573. as before.
"Mother Day Add re"
At the First Congregational
church Sunday morning. Subject.
"Mary, the Mother of Jesus."
New Light Six Velle now here. Place
your orders early if you want deliv
SALEM VF.LIE COMPANY
162 North Commercial
Pictures I II nM rating
"First Aid." at evenng
i Congregatonal church.
Sne to Cullert
A complaint was filed with the
circuit court yesterday by the Fa
red Truck & Tractor company
against J. M. Keener. The tractor
romoanr asks for 11754.55 which It
claims is due for a tractor and some
accessories sold to Mr. Keeney.
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
uo tor lata who are looking- for a
trona. serviceable ear with claaaat
body lines and Interior specification
chat .assume maximum service . ane
economy at a reasonable price should
tee this ear.
LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
1S to. CMiMTrinl St.
Passes Street Car
An automobile "bearing license No.
22396 was reported to the police
veterdar for nasslnr a street car
which had stopped to receive and
disrharce passengers at the Intersee-
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
887 Court Street
Divorce Comnlalat 11 led
A divorce complaint was filed with
the circuit court yesterday by John
W. Hrett against Fannie M. Hyet
who. he charges, deserted him over
a year sko. The couple were mar
ried November 10. 190. and have
two children, who are with Mrs.
AiHest" Come In
An application from
WOOD-ROSE MOTOR CO
248 State Street Phone 311
Hudson Essex and
Furniture, ranges, heaters, tools.
and. In fact anything yon hare to
selL I buy for cash. Phone 610
or 511. .
W00DRY, The Auctioneer
A PERFECT CI GAB
HENDERSON!'! CIGAR FACTORY
tleetrle Machinery ail Engineering
. r - FOX
exPEM ELZCTBICAL WORK
317 Court Street : . Phone sis
A. H. M00RE
At Hi Old Stand on Court Street
that wit bit tse ir w
CaMTETS. STeVV.". MSCHIXKHT
I1D TOOU .
Dofi't sell wvthlBS- before T
TUSl CAPrrai. ilinuwa mw
167 ITorth Commercial St.
At the Electrio Sign "SHOES'
DENN1S0N ELECTRIC Ca
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
tn North Liberty Street
EAOXE DRESS SHIRTS
82.00, $3.00 to flO-OO
Itlem Auto Kadi&tor Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Oas
Tractor Radiators Specialty
Ford Radiators for Sale
ltt S. 13th st. Salem. Ore.
W T. RIGDON CO.
Leading Funeral Director!
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
For Fine Jewelry
Jewelers and Opticians
Four Accidents Fatal
Oat of 493 reported to the state
ndnstrial accident commission for
the week endinc Msy C. four were
fatal. The fatal cases were: u. A.
Freeman. Eagle Creek, boeker; Msr
ion nisham. Rash. Or., sawyer;
Frank lewis. Bandon. deckhand:
Lee llollenbeck. Dandon. o ecu nana
Of the total number of accidents re
ported. 4i were subject to tke pro
visions of the workmen s com pen
ration act. 13 were irora rirms sni
corporstlons that have rejected tee
act and 17 were from public utility
romnratlona not subject to the act.
AS TOC GO rLAX
Tl De Mostey Akead
i KSJcaw-' Jr.
Gray Knitted Scarfs
Knitted scarfs and shawl scarfs are one of the taost
attractive additions to one's spring time wardrobe.
Are the brilliant ones we are now showing. Manj
have belts of the same material; others are belted
with narrow leather belts. They come in plain col
ors; and with novelty borders or in heather shades.
Trices range from ...$U3 to $14.75
U. G.Shipley Co.
143 Liberty Street
MARION' Masie Stuart. Albany;
C. K. Nelson. Oakland; H. E. uor-
gle. Chlcaro; Margaret Price. Day-
son. Wash.; J. II. McKlnney. zsew
York; S. Mrnson. Kansas ( ity; u.
M. Sullivan. Seattle; Mrs. Edith Os
ser. Margaret Osser. Mrs. U E.
Swsin. Independence; Vernon I. Itas
ler. Coldcndale. Wash.; E. O. Os
born, U C. Good fellow. A. E. Ben
son. II. L. Gravis. D. G. Curtis. E.
U McKlnley. Portland.
BUGH J. II. Nspter. Reedsport;
G. 11. Seeman. Fort Wayne, Ind;
Morris Scblafer. O. Bancroft. G. B.
Kellog. T. F. Tollard. Charles E.
Halkumper. Mrs. L. Kensedy. Port-l Lee Caafleld motored to Orego"
laod: D. E. Stelabach. Tillamook: JClty yerday aftemoosu
Albert W. Cook. San Jose. Cal.; IU -n- KiarUlr. fsmHUrty kaewn
W. Stela Kuiene: Lester IIsrpole 'af .gaa-roPk- wtn tll(rmm twier.
Brooks; Harry Rchroedfr. Fllvertoa. bAJ mirBed to Salem from IUt
T. II. ToUard. San Fraacisco; Chas. b mtn he ass been for sevrrul
lJeek. Drain; R. F. W altoa. Blog- t
ett. Or.: D. F. Field. Astoria. " , .
ARGO Mrs. A. 8. Hlsey. Mrs. W.
Davis. Mrs. George Wilaoa. MUs: A merciful maa la nerclTal to 1
Florence Van Tllder. St. Helena. 'automobile.
It's Easy to Peel Oi f
AU Your Freckles
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street. Phone 409
v.. 844 State Street
The Kuppmhelmw House La Salem
OF STYLE AND QUALITY
Furs Remodeled to Order
WEST FUR CO.
f 21 Court St. Opposite Court House
U. S. GARAGE
n - 154 Ferry Street
tTSED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS'.
SPECIAL New' series Stndebaker,
value S1SSI. today SHOO. U. B.
Garage. Phone 1762
We pay the highest cash price.
Phone 7 IT. Of flee S42 8tate St.
Warehouse Trade and High
Th ranlrtit hetween t freckle
ind th clear akin u.uallr ta so srest
Ik.l mn Kl-.rll Ml h moft tb Pr
tlaJlr aucrcaaful in obliteratlas th dla-
rimr.m.iiii friiiiarv nwrcoiim
la far htter: It liieraiiT pevia -m
..bi.. :t mm iiuura of It at lh.
..i dru a i or and tonlsbt pr.al ea
mouth to completely cover ui
. m I ba morminx wim
dk.app.arrd. , . . .
Kouah. MOItnr. pimpm vma. -
ikia avaaon mar be eatlre-
lv roltra rid of PT tnia aro """"
n Knui rflaoomfort or incoavenleace.
Tha effort la decidedly worm won. m
nrtr complexion ootainoa ovine mv -..
amoolh and youiniui.
A Jaianev Cotnie Operetta
Written and Composed .
Arthur A, Penn
Rmall laveatment Loans iteauy
Loans Hosue lien Lai Agesicy
General Propertr Dealing; ,
. JOH IL SCOTT ItKALTT CO,
gas Orecoa BaUdlnc
rhone 254 Salens, Orefoa
J. C PENNEY CO.
D. H. MOSHER
High Class i
: Clcamnir and Pressing
474 Conrt Street
' ELECTRIC RESTAURANT
481 State Street
Oysters Flth Chops
Chill Con Carne
J. D. MADDOX. Prop.
tf vonr monumental work is solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor tor oui
J. C.c JOXES, Prop.
Capital Monumental Works
2210 S. Com. St. Phone C89. Baiem
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trade
for Bread and Batter
THE B, CL 310TOR CO.
: 178 S. Commercial St.
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We alto do local Lulling.
State and Cossuaetxlal Streets
It Pays To Trade At The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C. IlnrtoM I hard II
217 North Com naerrlal 2 1 7
Let Us Play the Latest
H. L Stiff Furniture Co.
CITY CLEANING WORKS
Osners jot Quality ',
Cleanlnc DyelAS bt&
IU1 State St.
Phona TSSJ I
Dealer In Salem
411 conrt St- Salem, Oracon
Beans - '
PEOPLE'S CASH ST0REj
THE FURNITURE MAN
make and bans yonr drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery.
240 Court Street.
JUNE AND MACHIXEPr OP ALL
We also bay second-hand rood.
If you have anything to sell (or a
good price call SOS. The Sqmare
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Cbeneketa St. Salens, Ore.
nirfc and Perry Sts. Phone 1400
Parm Produce. Ea. etc. Paying
Highest Cash Market Price.
WILLARD Storage Battery
snd Mens (ilee
Direeted by .
PROF. JOHN IL SITES
Dean of School of Music
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Saturday. May 8 8:13 jv m.
Admission, 2, 3, SOc
Tickets on sale at Will's Mue Slore
or by tny member of the cast
Ilrvrtations Opera House rhannaey
W. W. MOORE
The Home of the Vlctrola
get more for your money
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Rellere that tired feeling by a Turk
Basement Oregon Building
for Kiddles.' per pair. ........ .80c
2S4 North Commercial Street
Let us ptots to yon that onr prices
are less. Some good bargains In new
and used plaaosv-
THE WILEY B. ALLEN C0.j
. a IIJI-.
S19 Court SL verpy ouuoing
' WRL GAHLSD0RF
The Store oi Honsewares
S lbs. Peanut Batter f l.OO
1 Rsle Straw.... Wc
23 Bars Laundry Soap fl.oo
100 lbs. Netted Cer Spuds.. SJH.OO
100 lbs. Wheat I.OO
THE HIQHLAND GROCERY
Thone 494 74C Hlahlsnd Are.
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
SALEM BAKING COMPANY
41 Court Street Thone 954
What Ha?e You?
We buy. tell and exchange new
and second-hand furniture, stores,
ranges, rugs, tools, ele. We will
buy you out.
fYit w. p. wmnirT. Am-iuii
271 N. Commercial St.. Salem. Or.
L.ist your saies aim us
People's. Furniture Store
Night Phone 1047 Phone 734
1 I"ih' Skates 10c this week
7 p. m. to 11 p. m.
500 cords of flaest roTHid ak bo liaba or crooked
ttuif. Will deliTtr la qnnaUlles cf 5 cords sad tp
$12.90 a Cord
Price on whole
(00 Cords ea ApplicsUoa