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THE OREGON STATESMAN SUNDAY, MAY 30. 1020.
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kiuy Hamlet hie
Salem friends have been informed
f the death in Minneapolis on May
ts of Ouy Hamlet, formerly employed
it the Canfield barber shop in the
regon building. Hamlet, while em-
loved here, was called to Minneap-
lis to be at the bedside of bis moth
r, who died three week later. Mr.
lamlet contracted pneumonia which
leveloped into tuberculosis, an'l he
lied after an iilness of eight months
n a Minneapolis hospital.
I ot Robert R. Macintosh and his ad
dress as 1379 Broadway. Upon in
vestigation by the police it was learn-
ea that there is no such address. The
ponce, are searching for the thief.
dav neiniail w t , ...
ri V soauon wun a
line phonograph that cost $275 An
other prominent local citizen pre
sented the association with an en
dowment of $275 to be used in the
purchase of records for the musical
rwo Big Days for Salem
June thirteenth and fourteenth.
'ut Flowers and Potted Plant
At Arthur Plants greenhouse, 13th
ind Wilbur. . ' '
Carrier Boys Wanted
liy Tne statesman; who will hold
their Jobs during the summer and
Pnermanenfly. Apply at Statesman
"Tness oince, or pnone oa.
ttentlon IV. P. O. Elks
Owing to unavoidable circum
tances LadieR night has been post
poned until Wednesday, June 9th.
"Tho Spirit of 118"
A patriotic picture will be shown
ai me congregational church this
evening in recognition of Memorial
day. Address of the evening on "Sol
ders oi Jesus Christ."
Student Hold Picnic
ine sophomore and freshman
classes of Willamette university en
joyed a jolly picnic at Bush's pas
ture yesterday. The party took
lunches which they ate under the
trees when their appetites were keen
est. . Both classes . are unusuallv
large and by. heeding the adage of
"the more the merrier." enjoyed a
grand good time.
Phonograph is iv
A member of the board of direc
tors of the Salem Y. M. C. A. yester-
Scalo Is Advanced
The Loyal Legion of Loggers and
Lumbermen -announce that the new
common wage scale, which has been
advanced from $4.40 to $4.60 will
', become effective June 1. It affects
all common labor at the Spaulding
mill in Salem.
,WM. FARXCM 4 .
- In .-
For Laughing Purposes
Reliable funeral director.
Tho World and Eternity
And "Soldiers of Jesus Christ" will
be Dr. aKntner's seimon subjects to
The police have recovered the bi
cycle that was stolen from Arthur
Martin. 510 Twenty-fifth street, the
first of last week. The wheel had
been sold to Steinbocks auto wreck
ing yard by a man giving the name
The Bicycle for Everyone
LLOYD E. RAMSDEX
. v 387 Court j Street -
Jcyclea and . Bicycle Repairing
SALEM BAKING COMPANY
a Court Street Phone 954
Takes -the place of cloth
at' about one-third
MAX 0. BUREN
179 N. Commercial St
Interest Bearing LnTcetmemta -
HAYKINS & ROBERTS
104307 Oregon Building
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Relieve that tired feeling by a Turk
Basement Oregon Building
5 lbs- Peanut Butter. ..... .91.00
1 Bale Straw. . . . . . . ....... .65c
23 Bars Laundry Soap. . . . .tl.OO
100 lbs. Netted Ger Spuds.. $8.00
100 lbs. Wheat..... ..$4.30
THE HIGHLAND GROCERY
Phone 496 748 Highland Ave.
CARL & B0WERS0X
Patriotic Motion Pictu
At Congregational church this eve
ning "The Spirit of 1918."
Get them at The Statesman offlea.
Catalog on application.
Another Bicycle Found-
Conrad DeRoss. 1305 Highland
avenue, brought a bicycle to the po
nce station yesterday that he had
found under the Oregon Electric
trestle near the deaf school. The
wheel proved to be the same one that
was reported stolen earlier in the
week by Bruce Baker.
Meeting at 7 p. in. at First Con
gregational church. Miss Constance
Hall's Top Shop
For first class auto tops, uphol
stering and trimming work. "Y"
The Salem Public library will be
closed Sunday afternoon and all day
Monday in observance of Memorial
day. Books that would naturally
fa)l due on Monday will be extended
one day and may be brought in on
Xin Years' European Expetfeuev-
airs. rein, in Salem Tuesdays.
Mrs. Susan MrMunn. Ill
Mrs. Susan McMunn who has been
quite ill at her home at Lake Lablsh
for the past three weeks from an' at
tack of grip, is slightly improved.
tsli the eccrt for udgmnt r''t
defendant to the extent oi i.JS.OS on
Kalewaw "ReveUttom" Music
Is played by Salem players; banjo,
drums, trombone, violin, piano and
msrimbaphonca; Monday night at
Twenty Voices in l.adiV tliorns
All pupils of Miss Lena Bella Tar
tar. Recital First Christian church.
Thursdav evening. Everybody in
vited. No admission; no collection. I
Daughter I Uora
A daughter was born Saturday
May 22. to Mr. and Mrs. Frsnklyn
(Kurt! to Ilave Vmj i A ftreelaUoawarr Tracer.
- a a- e M- 9m a a. . I w w
wuunir iivrs. u. vj. uorer aaa iu icrtrk WnoattM Mf
staff are hard at work geuiag oat I right yoa em the tablet martin Us
ioe c sects ior ine siv jiarM snaiipoi wners Panl rt.v.r minoA- waii-
clerks who served on the Marion hoc for the airesl to be kuc la te
a a. a Ak. I v
county ciecuea iwaras in is iiiuia ?torta raarth.
election. I Swm Yac mitOL stir.
wast a ain! Aad whjr 4ul Lhr
Lov, Watrhsmaaas a4 wtle iWk th Old N.k charck to kaax
as? siaia iirMi. umo. sua iar
ursrt At i-K I nto eac aaa tta
An army disc aa its wss filed wltaltha wilso eab.at?
Matthes. at the family bom at I the roaaty cUrk yesterday by Gorr
The county court issued an order! ioBday Night. Mooe Hall
yesterday appointing J. R, Dressier I "RevelaUon" music for dancing.
executor in the estate of the late
William Hoppe. upon receivinc a e- iichamgel
tltlon rrom Gertrude J. and Willie 1 ttM person who took a new
E. Hoppe. heirs to the estate, ask-1 Stetson hat from the Marion hotel
ing for Mr. Dressier' appointment. I during the lunch hour Saturday
piease communicate wun in aianoa
T1m "RcvrUtlon" (rchrlra hotel or phone 114 1-J. The hat left
Plays at Moose hall Monday nicht.!,r t place was a. Stetson, purchased iTyWr Rays Taalac Roul
dancing. I from the Qarm Clothing Co.. Beards-1 Bring back yoer empty ones.
L. Tnel. who was a sergesat la the
140th lafaatry. Mr. Tnel aerved two
years in the army. Part ef that time
waa spent overseas on the Daaloape
sector. A discharge was filed by
Ralph Sid all Harper, who was a pri
vate in the air service. Harper In
flated la Auras. 191T. aad waa dis
charged la April. 111. He also pat
la a bitch overseas.
The t t fart are wood la the city
for the acr at Tracy's
Collect On Pelt
Russell II. Lichty.
who lives on route 7
brought 1 gopher
12 years old.
out of Salem,
skins to the
Doac-lnc Monday Night
Moose hall. "Revelation' music.
Joerph Farrar Fwaeral Today.
Joseph Watt Farrar died at n lo
cal hospital yesterday morning. He
was 41 years old and Is sarvtved by
one son and one daughter, both of
thla city. The faaeral services will
be held this morals g at 10 o'clock
S. C STONE, M. D.
aad does a general ofJVe practice.
Offve Tyler's Drag store
1(7 Soath Centmercul Pireet
The Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria
Will be open to men on June 1st.
All men welcome. Meals from 11:30
to 1:30 each day except Sunday.
Drs. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians. TJ. S.
WHKI IS SAXKV. OUJrtiOB
- EJUGH HOTXX
A Rome Away from Home
Strictly Modern 1.0l per day
ISO Hmw ef telM Ua(r
Only Hotel la Business District
county clerk's office yesterday and I"0 Expeaee Accoaate-r-collected
the bounty, which amount-1 Jo Daumgartner and A. F. Msr
ed to 16.10. Younr t.trht ..i icUs. elected Conor Urn en from, the
had caught the rodents since May 4 I third ward, filed their election ex-1 from the TtrwiUlger funeral home
. rlpense accounts with City Recorder I tRo Rev. Jsmes Elvln coadactiag
Hear Tm! tuvv. t-r. I Race yesterday. The accounts show the services, uuriai win n in wa
That banJo now from U of o unn. lhat they etch spent 25 cents, which I Fellows cemetery.
day night; Its the "Revelation atl" tBe co,t o( tn"Ir aomlaaUoa pe-
LJcennes Are Issued
Marriage licenses were Issued vea-
terday to Theodore James sod Leone
May Estes. both or Salem, and to
Howard Robert of Portland and
Doris Sawyer of Salem.
Of vaudeville at the BUgh today.
We can I as tall n one-man top on
your Ford without extra cost For
limited time only. Hall's Top Shop.
BUYS and SELLS
270 K. Commercial St.
An unidentified man wearing a UttTaTJ SoClftlff EltCt
Diaca on aaa a long oiaca overcoat
stole a tire from the rear of an au
tomobile late Friday night while the
bttictn For Next Year
Monday Night, Dancing
At iioose ball. "Revelation I car was narked behind the Bine BirJ
music. 'I cafe. ICS South Commercial street.
The police were notified and Officer
Sues to Collect I Moffitt responded to the call but the
A complaint was filed In the eil thief made his escape before the of-
cuit court yesterday by S. B. Hill flMr riTed by fleeing through the! Myrtle Mason who so dUOagntshed
Several of the Willamette literary
societies hav elected their officers
tor the coming semester. The Chi
tomatheaa society will be served In
the capacity of president by. . sUss
High and Ferry Eta. rN Phone 1400
Farm - Produce. Eggs, ete.. Paying
Highest Cash Market Prices.
WILLARD Storage Battery
238 N. High St Telephone 203
383 Court Street
192U EUHN SIX IS! HERE
Motorists' Who are looking- (or a
tronr. serviceable car with grant
body lines aad interior specif loatioas
that assume muluum service - and
economy at a rsseoaaaie price saeiua
see this car.
LEE L GILBERT, Distributor
1S4 se. Cesssserelal Strees.
W00D-R0SE MOTOR CO
246 State Street Phone 311
t Distributor t
Hudson Essex and Overland
167 North . Commercial St.
sVthe Dectrio , Sign SHOES"
f ENNISQN ELECTRIC CO.
' 103 W0R3C AJfD FIXTURES '
X22 North Liberty Street
Salem Auto Kadiator Shop
Radiators, renders and Gaa
" Tanki Repaired -Tractor
Radiators a Bpcclalty
Tort Radiator for. Sale
198 8. 12th 8t. Salem, Ore.
KAGLB DRESS SHTRTS
ia.oo, $3.00 to f 10.00
S44 State Street
P Kspjnnhelmer House In Salem
5d Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Studebaker
vslne 21825. today S1S0O. U. B.
Garage. Phone 1781
D. H. M0SHER
l- High Class :
Cleaning and Pressing
474 Court Street
If your monumental work la solicit
ed, kindly ask the solicitor for our
J. C JONES, Prop.
Capital Monumental Works
2210 S. Com. St, Phone 689, Salem
W. W. MOORE
The Home of the Victrola
get more for your money
against I. G. Arehart et al. Mr. Hill
Wood yard of the Charles K. Spaul-
lafug Logging company.
Store your. Furs i during summer
with . us
Of vaudeville at the BUgh today.
WEST FUR CO.
herselt durlag the past semester fa
deba'e. Miss VlraiaU Mason U vice
president: Mary Staufter and Sybil
McClare. aecretartee: Edith Use ley.
treasurer; Faerie Wallace, critic:
Msrgsret Aides, series nt at armt:
and Gladys GUbert aad Helen Hoover
members of the esecsUve committee;
and Ida Nlswaager aad Mtaaie Ai
rays S3 Flee
Carl E. Nelson, who wss arrested
several nlchts ijro by Officer W. J.
521 rnnrt c rnnn.. . , I nue ior cuuibk comers ai iae in-1 bier are casioaiaaa.
'k"u" tersectlon of State and High, street. The ChrestoshUlaas have elected
was arraigned before Police Judge I for the fall semester, for p reside at.
Earl Rare yesterday and was flaedlrrank Bennett: vice president. Oor-
?5 upon pleading guilty to the I don Sam mom: secretaries; Waldo
Zeller aad Raymond Schmalle;
Tseedsy. FtUAy.'Saiu'day and
Sanday nights. S jJy after
Ladiee skate free) Fridsr night.
Ladies skstes lee Tuesday
and Saturday night
Trucks Reduced In Price
We have a carload of trucks bought charge.
dpi ore me aavance tnat we must
close out m and 2 ton
Get our prices.
SALEM VELIE COnAXT
162 North Commercial Street
sites. I mLm Tartara Chorwe of Tweaiy
In recital. First Christian church.
Splendid solo numbers. Thursday
evening. Everybody invited. No ad
ra lesion; n collection.
Let Us Play the Latest
H. L Stiff Furniture Co.
JL Cood Good;. mJ
Colonel OttJ-nherry fkM-k
Colonel James S. Duseaherry. la-
treasurer. Keith Lyman: critic An
drew Catoa; reporter. Virgil Ander
son, snd msrshsl. Edesrd Noteosu
The new PhU officers are: Presi
dent. Fa ye Perisger. who hss also
been elected as editor-in-chief of the
Coilegi s a for next yesr. ssd who
will be remembered as the lcsaias
ladr In the "Lady of Lyons' the
Better Goods For Less
Ktmclor.lniMrtnr foe tha Orrn I Junior PUy tnat was given receauy .
Coast Artillery corps, returned to l presldenU AnnaelUs Packen
Raim Sitnnti frnm .n in.ntinn I ham: secretaries Lois Ceddc and
inn tt Mr.Tin.M I Grace Bralnsrd: treasurer. Rsth
jaiis ; aaa rruir, nirimin. vw
For Sale The Sroistr rmia na eieeiee ior
200 White Leghorn chicks, two Preeldeat. "JT" McKtttrtc: TV
week! old; 300 White Leghorn ehUks president. Paul Shere-ood: iy:
nine days old: 200 White Leghorn ' Verm RU and Bruce
chicks three days old. Few hesvles treasurer. Howard Mort; and crtUc.
breeds also. Season closes June 8. ."tov, . .
C. N. Needham. 8S8 State BL Phone The VWbsteriass and Adalantee do
40A no elect officers for the nest semes
ter uaui the fail term opens. ,
It Pays To .Trade At The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C. Burton DurdaU
' 247 North Commercial 247
tht we pay tse eJs- Hee for
IU.VIU.ILUU m L HJI ITV ft M
CaHriCTS, BTOVKS. MACUUKBT
Don't sell earth Ins: feerere yea see me.
THS UriTL HARDWAKS AMU
W, Om'I St.
State 'and Commercial Streets
Major Henry O. Miller, assistant WYttltm Temiori UCIRS
day for his home tn McMJnnviUe bj OOUlhWCSt ApVUCCtlOn
wnere ne win spena ine week-end
Western territory has galsed sa
For Sale I advantage la appllcsUon of the na
200 White Leehorn chicks, two Oon'i railroads, now being heard y
weeks old; S 00 White Leghorn chicks lateretate commerce commission
nine dsys old: 200 White Leghorn lB t 04 of tB eoelhwest.
chicks three days old. Few hesvles comprising tke sutes of Araassas.
breeds sUo. Set son closes June 5. Texas ssd Oklahoma, have filed a
C. N. Needham. 31 Stale sr Phnn. sepsrste appllcatloa asking to be
400. iptscea in n separsie uisinci ironi
other western territory. This U the
. , . . . I Zaklee Kellbe la opinion of the public service coo-
At ms Via tuna on Court 5irt Zsldee Wltthrop Kellot. danshter nlon tn commenting on lnforms-
of Vr v Patnam. ia .t.. tton rcceled rrom comsissioner
A. H. EI00RE
A PERFECT CIGAH
HENDXRSOrrS CIGAR FACTOKY
HARTRIAN BROS. Ca
For Fine' Jewelry
Jewelers and Optieianj
mom in c at a tocai noaptial after a I
brief Illness. She was 25 years old.
The funeral will be held from the
Webb A Clough chspel Monday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be I
In City View cemetery.
481 State Street
Outers Fish Chops
Chill Con Carne
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trade
for Bread and Butter
THE B. & C. MOTOR CO.
178 S. Commercial St,
QTY CLEANING WORKS
ClHuiers of Quality
b'Jig Dyeing R&palrlng
fl SUte St, Phons Tt8
k SALEM ALBANY
Bonorn Dealer In Ratera
,4 Court gt, ' S&lem. Oregon
T telephone 2S2
THE FCRNTTURE MAIf .
Will make and hang your drapes.
Largest Stock of Drapery
840 Court Street.
? j 'wLE'S CASH STOREj
For Kiddles, per pair ...We
284 North Commercial Street
Electric Machinery sxl Engineering
CZF2KT ZLCTSI0AL W0SX
227 Court Street Phone 488
W T. R1GD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Direetorn
What Hart Yon?
We buy. sell and exchange new
and second-hand furniture, stoves,
ranges, rugs, tools, etc We will
buy you out.
COL. W. F. WRTGnT, Auctioneer
271 N. Coramerclsl St, Salem. Or.
List your sales with us
People's Fnrnltiire Store
Night Phone 104? H i Phono 734
Fred A. WllUsnrs. who Is now In
The res son the southwestern road
bsve asked to be re-districted Is said
to be their con ten lion that the gen
ersl Increase asked is not ssfflclest
to prod ace the rev ease required by
them. Should their request be gram
ed It wosld mean that Orecon aad
other western states probably would
be saved from an Increase even
icdk-ks inree aays Ola. T ew heavies thai has ha kM for the vm!
breeds also. Sesann clones Jane S. I ,u. inm... .m i.
r. .irruuin. JS &(SIC CU rnoseifn. .1 !...( . 14.
400. 1 I YwlA . v l tl.. II.. wtmm
. .M . WT .VI WV M . W I WH
restern classifications which has
Mrs. Hunt Dire . I been continued to Jsae 7. Thla U
Word wss received here yesterday I to give time for preparation toreros
morning or the death of Mrs. A. Fl I elimination. From Jane 10 to Jnsc
Hunt, formerly of t his city. 8bell7 the slate commlaaloas are to pre-j
passed away May 17 at St. Francis I seat their defeases.
hospital. Macomb, III., and was
For Rale -
200 White Leghorn chicks, tw
weeks old: 290 White Leghorn chicks
nine days old: 200 White Leghorn
IT IS WHAT YOU CAN
DO THAT COUNTS.
When n young man or yeung
vscui far looking Car week theee
days, they are axled what thay
Special trsialsg La needful snd
essentia. Chance, or lack has lu
lls U do wtia one's success.
Most ef the men at the besd ef
large esiabUahaeatn have been
promoted step by step. sTter Tuv
lag had n thorough pre pars Hon to
Here should he n la aeon for sss
hitless yuusg peocle.
Talk witk us shout year hsai
nene career. Or sead for n cax
alogse describlag sr ceareea.
Capital Bosiaeu College
f all the polite
niceties of the
occasion forms a
ment Is thorns sa
ty equipped. We
work out each
problem In n
meets wtth the
epeeevsl ef mankind.
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We alio do local tuxliax
buried at Bardolph. I1L. the home of
her mother. She leaves her husband.
A. E. Hunt, two sobs. Carson sad
Harlan, who are veil known here.
Mr. Hunt will soon return to his
home at Falrbnry, Neb.
H0?,IE OWNERS tad
Now U the Time tn InsUU the
HOMER PIPELESS HOT
The Store of Housewares
125 N. Liberty St.". . .Phone 87
For Rale -
200 White Leghorn chicks, two
I weeks old: 200 White Leghorn chicks
nine days eld: 280 White Leghorn
chicks three dsys old. Few hesvles
breeds slso. Season closes Jsae S.I
C. N. Needham. 85! State SL Phone
PerklaMt Schoel Clnwee
The Perkins school. nsr Brooks.
closed Friday with a picnic under the
direction of the-teacher. Miss Viols
Shafer. of Sllvertou.
. Xpanzervjaf 1$. t
Let us prore to yon that our prions
are leas Some good bargains, la sow
aad used pianos.
THE TILEY B. ALLEN CO.
JUXK AND llACniXEFT OF ALL
Wo also buy seon4-hnad
If yoa have anything to sell for a
good prtco call 898. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
l ., -g Cheertan Drtll
278 North Commercial street
Jnne 1. CTtyl
neltsel QuiU State
9. If. Heltsel filed a petition In the
county court yesterday asking to be
relieved o( the gnsrdlaashlp of Us
zie Bilyeu. an Infirm person, aad of
her estate. His reason for the re
quest Is that he la leaving the state
and he asks thst J. W. Msyo be ap
pointed his successor.
Feeling Fine, Thank You
Saj, yestcnlaj I bad the worst Cold joa rrer
saw. None ran, boar ached. Ciit-ca of Irrtr,
hoi axl eold, ciHl. Bat beilero zse, I as all
Do yoa wast to know what did it 1 Qsa So
SchAtfer'8 Cold TailtU
Juse 1. City
SCHAEFER'S DRUG STORE
13i-North Cotnmrrrlal Street
271 ClieaneTicta St. Selena, Ore.
619 Court St,
j uaii. p. m.