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TIIE 611EGOX STATESMAN SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1020.
from the ehoek of
Iiwx Cook I"T
Miss Inez C. Cook.
Special vacation services will be
Kiven at the Presbyterian Sunday
school during the month of Auuust
with all elates, above the primary
Spocial. meeting of Salem
lodge No. 4, A. V. & A M.
this evening. Work in the
II. M. degree.
tary of the local Y. W. C. A., leaves : meeting in one assembly each Sun-
plaintiff in the suit Peeks to collect ,n,s weekend for her home in Uell-iday morning at 5:45 .leaders prom
interest at 8 per cent on $1225 ot Ingham. Wash. She is leaving thejinent In religious work, will conduct
the principal Indicated by the, note work indefinitely as she is desirous each service. Sunday, August 1.
Also $115 for atorney's fees and of taking a complete rest. She v. Ill Pmes Elvin. secretary of the Y. M.
the costs of the suit.
re-enter the work later.
Funeral Service Set
Funeral services for the late 'Sirs.
- ( ..n wtin mot tier t h
f" ' tQtomobile accident Thursday
veninc. Jolr 22. will be held Mon
. - grternoon at 2:30 o'clock from
?vl tt'.hh & dough chapel, liurial
will be held in the City View ceme
tery Mr. Pennison. who was badly
niu'rei at the same time, is recover
"e nicely and will probably be abla
ttend hi. late wife's funeral ser
vices. ' -t
Faltotl Pom NoVT" ' , v
Ma Impossible promises, lie ab
ftlutely helps you or accepts no fee.
Consult a real Clarivoyant. Capitol
' Hotel building, for a limited time.
Corporation Files Suit -
The summons for the case ,-01 O re
ran Building company vs. Labish
' instrict improvement company was
filed yesterday at the county clerk's
.tfu The Oregon Building com
pany la seeking -Judgmment against
the improvement company on a
promissory note authorized by them
on January 20. 1920. The denoroi
.,h of the note is $1596.87. The
Drunkenness Is rharjjed - Salem Dairies list
Oliver P. St. Claire was arrested Following milk prices to take ef
last Thursday night by Officers Vic-fect August 1, 1920:
tor and White for drunkenness and h Pl- Pr day P" month S 2.40
yesterday he paid a fine of $5 after
pleading sullty in police court. He
was found in an intoxicated condi
tion in an alley in the business sec
tion of the city.
qt. per day per month 4.50
pt. per day per month. .... 6.60
qt. per day per month 8.70
pt. per day per month 10.90
qt. per day per month 12.25
Meet at State and Commercial
streets. Sunday at 9 a. m. sharp. Yeo
Washington Man Visit
Paul Sterling of Wenatchee, Is In
the city for several days as a guest
f Gus Anderson. Mr. Sterling Is
a former Willamette student, and
while in the university he was a
member dt the Vareity quartet, con
sisting of the following members:
Harry Bowers. Gus Anderson. Floyd
Mclntyre and Paul Sterling. During
tne paBt school year
ana uaroiyn sterling studied in a
Chicago music conservatory
qt. per' day per month 15.25
Extra pint 8c
Extra quart 15c
T. Cream, per pint.... 3 5c
W. Cream, per pint. 4 5c
To dealers, per gallon, in bottles 48c
To restaurants, in bulk
Two gallons or less, per gal.. 4 5c
Three gal. or more, per gal. . .40c
SALEM SANITARY DAIRY,
MEADOW LAWN DAIRY.
t.. A., who has Just returned from
the Seabeck conference, will have
charge, and on August 8. T. E. Mr
Croskey, manager of the Commercial
club, will preside. Mr. McCroskey
wtil give his interesting "Chalk
talks." Special music will be provid
ed each Sunday.
Singers and dancers at the Bligh
Get them' at The Statesman office
Catalog on application.
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D0BT CAES ARRIVING
Get Your Order in Early
SALEM VEUE COMPANY
.; 162 North Commercial Street
Reliable fnneral director.
Adjustment ompany Sues
The Business Men's Adjustment
r. sterling i , - hi, u j n ...
gerald for the satisfaction of a debt
in the sum of $141. The debt is a
promisory note issued by Mrr. and
Mrs. Fitzgerald January 1, 1919 at
6 per cent interest. The disburse
ments of the court in the suit to
gether with $75 for attorney's fees
is asked by the plaintiff.
Woman Is Recovering
Mrs. G. J. Parks of 363 North
High street, submitted to an oper
ation for blood tumors last Thurs- t1m. show
Replevin Bond Filed
A. U. Kiggs yesterday filed a re
plevin bond at the county clerk's of
fice in the case of A .1. Riggs vs.
Uoy Neal. Several weeks ago Mr.
Neal bought an Elgin automobile
from Mr. Riggs. paying only a small
portion of the purchase price of the
car. Mr. Riggs, according to his
complaint seeks recovery of the car.
damages suffered by the use, and
the costs of the suit.
terday for a short stay at the Sleeves
cottage at that place.
Mrs. Libby Campbell will leave
this week-end for Hreitenbubh
springs for a one month's stay.
Miss Georgia Engstrom It ft for
Grants Pass yesterday to be the guest
of Utile Williams.
Miss Ruth Willing, 'orraer super
intendent of Willamette sanitarium,
was in the city yesterday from Stay-
ton visiting friends in this city and
Mrs. E. E. Fisher returned" from
Portland yesterday where she bad
gone to attend the newly organised
bureau of home nursing.
Miss Ruth E. Wallace, deputy
county clfik. Is spending her vaca
tion at home.
T1h Funeral Service
Of Mrs. E. E. Denison will be held
Monday at 2:30 from the Webb &
day. She is confined at the Willam
ette sanitarium, and the operation
was performed by Dr. G. W Prime.
She is reported to be resting easy
Consult la lVnton
with Robt. Fulton, clairvoyant and
life reader.' He can help you solve
your problems. Capitol Hotel build
lng. for a limited time.
"A Twilight "Baby" and "A Cum
berland Romance" at Ye Liberty to
day. . Two hits for two bits. ,
Ditraar to Sneak
The many friends of Rev. C. F.
Ditmar and wife from Pennsylvania,
who are visiting friends here, will be
pleased to know that he will preach
at the revival services being conduct
ed by the Interdenominational Home
427 Oregon Building I Mission of Portland, at the Black
irui. LiiuvriT biiu niaikci oil vtt in,
Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
Place Your Order Early
for Fall Planting
Complete line varieties
Salem Nursery Company
"Make Life's Walk Easy"
The House of Knppenh'eimer
Tea Bicycle for Ererjoiuj . .
MX) YD E. RAMSDEN 7
387 Court Street .
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing
A. H. M00RE
421 Court Street
Brooks. Oregon; excellent music.
conducts sales : anywhere In
Marion or Polk counties. Store
located at 270 No. Commercial
.The Electric Restaurant
A good place to eat
Short Orders all day
481 State Street
- J. D. Maddox, Prop.
Will E. Purdy, a prominent busi
nessman of this city, is spending a
few days in Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cooper have
gone to .Newport for a month's vaca
tion on the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morse of Kan
sas City, who are the guests of the
Sleeves family, left lor Seaside yes-
E I Dr. CR O'Neill
1 Z I CPTOntTRlST-OPTIClAM
SUIt - SMI , . . ... . . - , .J
Better Goods For Leas
SALEM BAKING COMPANY
43$ Court Street. Phone 554
Takes the place of cloth
at about one-third
179 N. Commercial St.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAKD FTJENITUEE
Stoves. Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware and Furniture Co.
28ft N. Commercial St.
Soda Crackers, per pound. .... .20c I
! Dairy Salt In SO pound aack...75e
Straws, per bale OSc
Laundry Soap In 23 bar lots for 91.oe
ILardwbeat Floor at per sack. .f&23
THE HIGHLAND GROCERY
rhone 400 748 nighland A venae
High and Ferry Sts. Pkoae 1400
Farm Produce, Egga. etc. Paying I
Highest Cash Uarket Prieea.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
For Fine Jewelry
Jetrelen and Opticians
ARGO Gertrude Sanders. Salem;
Pearl Z. Fox. Falls City; Mrs. M. P.
Corbin. Silverton; G. B. Mclntyre.
Yakime; C. M. Barrett, Portland; P.
S. Pye. Portland; Mr. and Mrs. C.
N. Farmer. Portland; E- J. Shoe
HLIGH J. L. McLaughlin, city;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cary. Fan Fran
cisco; C. A. Barnais. Seattle; Ben
jamin F. Shearer, Seattle;' B. A.
Schmetier, Portland; Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Cota. city; Charles Rogers.
city; Joseph Rodriques. Portland;
Sam Ilalioo, city; J. H. Pea body.
Cottage Grove; George Baker, Tal
bot. Or.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mand
and child. Terre Haute, Ind.; F. II.
Session. Portland; Charles H. Ben
nett. Portland: Joy H. Crahane.
Hoskins. Or.; T. L. Farrell, Port
land; Walter Quatt, Portland; W. P.
Lynch. Portland; II. C. Zllka. Port
land; A. C. Stanbraugh, Newberg.
Or.; Arthur Hartley, Sidney, Or;
Peter S.' Anderson and wife, Mc
Mlnnville: O. E. Summers. Portland.
MARION P. C. West. Portland:
L. B. Fox. P. S. Copeland; B. H.
Williams, if. J. Clark. .Gates. Or.;
Milo M. Shier. Alameda. Cal.; K.
N. Cundall.. Alameda; William Vo
mer, Portland; E. P. Wohlberg.
Portland; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dowd
and family, Portland, F. E. Boyce.
San Francisco; C. J. Breier, Lewis-
ton, Idaho; W. J. Cottrell and fam
ily, Portland; C. H. Janes. Chicago;
Mrs. Ashal Hubbard. Medford; Mrs.
Wallace Woods, Medford; W. H.
Adams. Portland; R. E. Isaacs. Eu
gene; F. S. McCready. city; W. H.
Edwards. Portland; William Cava
naugh. Portland; Mr. and Zln. C.
II. Smith, Portland; Mrs. Ada East.
Medford; Ruth York. Ashland; C.
E. Bruner. Oregon City; W. U New
man. Oregon City; Mrs. L. V. How
ell. Black Rock. Ohio: R. J. Smith.
Portland; Julia O'Brien. Grants
Pass; P. G. Knox, Portland; M. A.
Wilcox. Red Bluff. Cal.; E. C. Vafle.
Eugene; , A. C. Matheson. PorQand:
C. C. Wilkinson. Paton. Iowa; Mrs.
E. D. Bower. Paton. Robert H. Row
dier. Paton; W. II. Jenkins. Port
Automobile Driver Who Ron
and Killed Woman Wins
in City Court
Was the verdict returned by a Jury
in the hearing of tl" Wlneland case
before City Recorder Earl Race yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock. The
jury that heard the case was com
posed of F. E. Sharer. E. Kapphan.
Frank JaskoskL Elmer J. Mangls and
The verdict or not guilty, accord
ing to the decision of the jury, ex
onerates G. W. W'neland from re
sponsibility for the death of Mrs. E.
E. Dlnnlsoa on July 22 during the
Elks convention, and that the oper
ation of his car was within the" speci
fications of the ci'.y ordinances. -Chief
of Police J. T. Welsh pre
ferred the charge f ordinance vio
lation against Mr. Wlneland U. W
Macy. city attorney, prosecuted the
cae. while Rov Shields was Mr
The witnesses called by the de
fense and the prosecution agreed that
Mr. Wlnland aid uo: drive at an ex
cessive rate of speed while the street
was congested with pedestrians. Ten
miles per hour was the average rate
of speed which propelled Mr. Wine
land's car. according to those who
testified. Some gave it as their
opinion that posuibiy Mr. Wlneland
was driving 15 miles per nour when
he sought to vass Dr. I). X. I3eec fi
While being ouestioned Mr. Wlne
land stated that the fatal accident
wtr.cb resulted la the death of Mrs.
E. E. Dennlson wm the first of his
life. Other witnesses corroborated
with the admission of Mr. Wlneland,
and in addition asserted that he was
reputed to be a careful driver. Mr
Wlneland. when he collided with
Mrs. DennUon. brought his car to
a sudden s'op, and assUtel the in
jured couple. This fact was ad
vanced by some of the witnesses.
It was th? opinioa by tome of the
Jurymen who served In tlie WinUand
rase that as. long s an autoiobile
driver Is careful, diligently observing
the demands of the city ordinance,
he cannot be held culpable lor any
accidents. The rirponsibllity for ac
cidents during con;entions. or occa
sions of parades, shou'd 1 placod at
the hands of thoe in rhaige. Na
cars should b- iiermitted to operate
on the Itinerary of the parade. Tho
streets, one of the Jurymen volun
teered, should te proper "y ropd cff.
With a six-hour day overwork will
cause mighty few men to go under.
SU1 All Kind.
TRANSFER w Goods
Our flet of trucks enables
lu giv you prompt rv lc aad a
truck or the sU needed for your Job
Cm I ry aa4 Vmm Dl.taae
IlauUaa: m Sseeialtr.
W lluf an4 U
WOOD AND CO AL-
IX A. LARMKR. Hiufw,
Rldwf Phone H.
YES, our bakery U per
fectly sanitary and
that's the reajson that
the products of this estab
lishment are pure. .Your,
appetite regains its hun
dred per cent assertive
ness if you partake of the
bread, that we bake or the
cake that we make.
rhilip Winters, Prop.
Today's Record Suggestion
22242. Wonderful Pal
SSStSf WILLARD Storage Battery V
BEBVICK BTATI05 Ifl
Music Bolls and Brief Cases at
Int erest Beaiinc InvestmeaU
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
904307 Oregon Building - .
310 Court Street
! Thd best furnace wood in the city
lor the -money at Tracy's
167 North Commercial St.
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
tSS North Liberty Street
Store your Furs during summer
"WEST FUR CO.
521 Court St. Opposite Court House
CARL & B0WERS0X
D. H. M0SHER!
Cleaning and Pressing
474 Court Street
CITY CLEANING WORKS
'Oe&ers ot Quality
Cleaning Dyelag Ktatrrag
1S61 BUta 8t PkOM TS
383 Court Street
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
wninrl.ta who ar lookinc for
strong-. MTViceaole car wun eicg-ani
body linea ana interior iimiuouvai
that uium maxlBiara rvic ana
economy at a raona.bfii price should
m thl ear.
LEE L GILBERT, Distribntor
1M S. Cnuacvctn! 8trt.
Uoale and Musical Merdkaadlse
SoBora Dealer ta
411 Court 8t. Balem, Oregon
i: Teepaoae ll
SS4 Ferry 8treet
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New. series gtudehaker.
value I1C26. today $1300. U.
Oarage. Phohe 1T6S
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trad
for Bread and Butter
TUB R. A a MOTOR CO.
ITS 8. Commercial SL
W. W. MOORE
The Home of the Vlctrola
Tom get more for your money
It Pays To Trade At The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C Barton Durdall
M7 Xortli Commercial 247
Dance Every Wednesday
TOectrle Machinery aid Engineering
CZFEBT ELECTRICAL WOBX
327 Court Street Phone 4is
W T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Fnneral Directors
HOME OWNERS and
Now is the Time to install the
HOMER PIPELESS HOT
The Store of Housewares
135 N. Liberty SL . . .Phone 7
BITS FOR BREAKFAST !
Flax pulling goes on.
Recorder Race sent out more flax
pullers yesterday to the fields.
If the stream can be kept going
out. with not too many returning.
for two or three weeks, the flax crop
will be saved, as it should be. in I
first class shape.
The coast resorts report many
comers and many goers. The auto
mobiles take many, but take them
The Salem woolen mills will shut
down during August for repairs.
This will be the first time for years
that there has been an opportunity
for making needed repairs. Let us
all hope that the woolen goods mar
ket may be recovered by September
1st. so that there may not be another
shut-down for an indefinite time In I
the future. '
Joe Kaster. superintendent ot the
Salem paper mill, is pushing on the
lines, hoping to have some parts or
the big mstl ready to commence
grinding the last week In August.
He will accomplish this if humanly
possible, though the whole great
plant Will not be finished for some
time thereafter in fact. It will not
be finished for years, for It will be
enlarged in many ways after the ini
tial start is made. It is going to be
great mill. ijLU
Not a day should be lost in the
making of plans for the construction
of a pre-cooling plant for Salem. In
some way or other, this must be ac
complished. Salem must not boost
for more and more fruit, and then
let enough fruit go to waste each
year to build a plant that will be an
insurance against the wasting of any
of it. Exery consideration of good
business cries out sgalnst such a
possibility. A pre-cooling plant will
be the great conservator of our rruit
BAKE - RITE
Is as pure, as wholesome, as deli-
clous, as science and care can .
Zm - - make It . - ,
4S7 State SL Phone 2CS
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Bcslnesa
Office Honrs from 10 a. m. to 3 p. n
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hauling.
With Parts and Serrice
W. H. HUdebrandt & Co.
Marion County Polk Coonty
270 No. Commercial SC, Salem
JTJXK AXD UlCHDTCPr OF ALL
We also buy second-hand goods.
If yon have anything to sell for a
good price call 808. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
S71 Cheaeketa St, Salens, Ore.
What Have You?
We buy. tell and exchange new
and second-hand furniture, stoves,
ranges, ruga, toojs, etc We will
buy yon out,
COL. W. P. tntlCTJT, Auctioneer
271 N. Commercial SU Salem, Or.
List your sales with us.
People's Fcmitnre Store
Night Phone 1047, ; . Phone 734
Scientific treatments, baths, massage, for ladies and gentlemen
Hydro-Electro Therapy Methods
Chronic troubles relieved.. .Qualified attendants. ..Charges
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Spokane Business Man
Hosts to Inland Empire
SPOKANE. Wash.. July CO.
Spokane business interest will be
hosts to mt-rchants of the inland em
pire, as the territory bctvet'n ihe
Rocky and the Canada mountains
to the south Oregon lin In known.
for three days next week. Angust 4
to S. Business ran of the section
have been Invited ht-re for a general
convention during those three ilays.
and In addition a ser'.ei of entertain
ment features and trips tnronn in
dustrial plants have txtn arranged.
Lew liahn. execuiivj n.enager or
the National Dry Goods association,
is to be one of the speaker, and Con
gressman J. Stanley Webster of this
state and Corge A. Phillips, presi
dent of the Washington State Retail
ers association, also will deliver ad
dresses. The second day of the ses
sions will be devoted to a meeting of
the Washington State Retailers' as
sociation. The visitors are So be guests ot lo
cal business men at luncheon on arh
of the three days, hosts being the
Sookane Advertising club, the Man
ufacturers association of this city
and others. Theater parlies for the
visltlnc women, smokers for the men
and automobile rides will bo other
entertainment features. , , . ,-
Pay As You Go Plan
Check up for 'iO days and you will all be on this basis with
Money in the Bank
Women,- Misses and Children
i. $. i?tpica Bo....-
Even the Low Priced
of todaju "
Decorative and Beautiful .
Max O. Bur en
179 N. Commercial Street