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TUB ORECOW STATCSMANi fcUXDAY. AVGUST K, 1B20.
Attention Kx-Scrvlce Men
t Tranklin D'Olier, national s com
mander oC the. American legion, will
be our guest at a luncheon at 12:30
noon, Monday, August 9th at the
Marion hotel. Other distinguished
men will be present, also delegations
from all other Willamette valley
posts. It is the desire of the com
mittee to have a large delegation of
members from Capital Ppst No. 9
present to meet the national com
mander. Reservations should be
made with anyone of the following
before 6 p. m. Saturday: Joe McAllis
ter, phone l&S or 1965; Fred Mao
ris, phone 717; Robert Mcllurray,
phone 1427 or-1828.
Special meeting of Pacific
lodge No. 50, A.F. & A.M.
Monday evening. August 9
Work in F. C. degree.
Hill Military Academy
Portland, Or., is the only private
military academy in the northwest.
Spot Light Stolen
"While his car was parked in front
of the home of Mrs. L. F. Clark,
144 North Front street, Friday
night, a spot light, of Kaufman Sil
ver Beam make, was stolen from the
-automobile, was the complaint made
to police station by W. A. Johnson,
407 Benton street, Portland. He
says tbslt some one removed the
THE SEA WOLF"
I - On The -WVRLITZEB
V DORT CAES ARRIVING
; Get Your Order in Early
SALEM VEUE COMPANY
162 North Commercial Street
'Hake IifeVWk BasyT V
" ; SCHEFS "
' Tlie House of Kuppenheimer
The Bicycle for Everyone
LOYD E. HAMSDEJ
I 317 Court Street
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing
SALEM BAKING C0LIPANY
439 Court Street ' Phone 954
Takes the place of cloth
at about one-third
17$ N. Commercial St.
HAYKINS & ROBERTS
S04J07 Oreeoii Bulldbvc '
- 167 North Commercial Si.
At the Electric Sin "SHOES'
DeiNISON ELECTRIC CO.
: 'JOB WOBJC AND FIXTURES N
m North Liberty Stree
r- I D.H. M0SHER
. ( . . High Class;,,..; : - ,
i Cleaning and Preiiiaj
I 474 Court SUeet
J ITOTLE IOCOWI
afusle and Musical MsfrasndLss
ifknsora Dealer la Miem i
411 Court St. ; Balem, Offon
i Telepaoat II
! " Potatbci r ;
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
spotlight during the early part of
the evening while he was lu the
Clark home. -
Office reopened Aug. 20th.
Q. L. Scottv chiropractor.
Mrs. Stith has moved her miUin-
enr from Kafounr's store to 323
State street, and is now . open for
Dm. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians, TJ. S. Bk.
On account of a business call from
Portland, the hearing .of Walter W.
McDougal was advanced to Wednes
day morning at 10:30 o'clock in
stead of Monday at the same hour.
Karl Race, city recorder, granted the
Love. Watchmaker and Jeweler
337 State street, Salem.
Body to Lie in State
The body of C M. Kppley will lie
in state at the Webb & Clough par
lors today. Services will be held
at : 430 o'clock with interment in
Mount Crest abbey mausoleum. Rev.
D. H. Leech of Eugene will conduct
the service, assisted by Rev. H. C.
Stover of Salem.
Baseball. Oxford Park Today 2:30
Kerr-Grli nth vs. Salem.
One h p. vertical boiler, steam;
one 6 h. p. center crank engine;
all in A-l condition. ' Phone 320.
Place Your Order Early
for Fall Planting
Complete line varieties
Salem Nursery Company
Phone 1763 427 Oregon Building I
A. H. M00RE
421 Court Street
conducts sales anywhere ' In
Marion or Polk counties. Store
located at 2 70' No. Commercial
Better-Goods For Las
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
... For .
SECOND HAND FTJBNITTJSE
Stores, Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware and Furniture Co.
z$5 N. Commercial St. rnone v7
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases
Music Bolls and Brief Cases at
r 340 Gam Street
The best furnace wood In the city
for the money at Tracy s
Store your Furs during summer
y WEST FUR CO.
521 Court St. Opposite Court House
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
strong. crrlcMbU cu with elaa-sat
kody Itnss and Interior specification.
ensi assume raiimura wmcw
conrnny at a reasonable price should
mm inia car.
lE L GILBERT, Diitnbuter
IBS C.grrtl Itrstt.
tE4 Ferrr Street
TTRTTTi RTTT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New series Btudebaker,
valne t If 2E. today S1S00. D. 8.
J Oarage. Phone 1TK1
. . USED CARS
to Sell Cheap Tor Cash or to trade
- for Bread and Butter
TUB B. C MOTOR CO.
17S 8. Commercial 8L
Home MJsMog '
A. M. Schmidt of route 3 believes
that some one Etole his horse while
it was in the pasture some time
Friday night, he reported to the po
lice station. The horse Is described
as brown with a white iot on the
forehead and a sore spot on one
shoulder, which was caused by har
ness. - When last seen the horse
wore a halter and a tie strap.
Fitted at Tyler's Drug store by an
expert In the business.
Mr. IHtnlap Sum
'Alleging too much nagging, scold
ing and vicious threatening on the
part of the hnsband. Kffle W. Dun
lap filed a complaint for divorce
against Frank Dunlap yesterday.
Mrs. Dunlap alleges that among the
vicious threats of her husband was
that he "would brain her."
ftaseball. Oxford Park Today 2:
Kerr-Crltllth vs. saiem.
Mr. Bolinger Knew
(Mildred M. Bolinger filed a di
vorce complaint yesterday against
Henry S. Bolinger. The couple
were married September 16. 1916,
and have a son. Henry Earl Bolin
ger, 2 years old. Mrs. Bolinger, ac
cording to her complaint, finds life
unendurable -as the wife of the de
fendant because he has an ungov
ernable temper. She asks custody
of the child.
Baseball. Oxford Park Today 2:30
Kerr-Griffith vs. Salem.
Building: Permits Issued
Three building permits were Is
sued Salem residents by City Re
corder Earl Race ' yesterday. H. C.
Tarpley. 739 North High street, was
granted a permit to build a two-storv
building. C M. Roberts. 1013
Shipping street, received a permit to
! repair his home. According to his
application he is going to build an
addition of two rooms. R. C. Barnes.
1043 Norway street, applied for a
permit to build a one-story dwelling
valued at 11500.
wheh cr tun. OKJCGOX
A Rom Away frorn Heme
Strictly Modern SIM pr ear
lee Raeau ef Sail Untwt
Only BoUl In Business District
HAVE A TURKISH BATH
, and yoa will feel better.
By far the best remedy-for a cold
OREGON BATH HOUSE
The Electric Restaurant
A good place to eat
Short Orders all day
481 State Street
r J. P.- T.T addoT-,. Prop.
Soda Crackers, per poond. 20c
Dairy Salt in 50 pound sack . .75c
Straws, per bale 65c
Laundry Soap la 23 bar lots for f l-OO
Uardwheat Floor at per sack.. $&23
THE HIGHLAND GROCERY
Phone 406- 746 Highland Avenue
High and Ferry sta. Fhoae 140
. WE BUY
Farm Produce. Eus. eta, Faylas
tus&est caaa liarxst Fnsea.
W. W. MOORE
The Home of the Yletrola
Ton get more for your money at I
It Pays To Trade At The.
FARMERS CASH STORE
C Burton Dardall
247 North Commercial 47
Vectrte Machinery aad EaglaseitBg
EXPEXT ELECTBICAL WOBX
117 Court Street Phoae 4IS
Leading Funeral Directors
LONG DISTANCE AUTO
We also do local hanlls.
iVXK AND MICHXJTEBT OF ALL
We alsn hoy seeond-haad goods.
If yoa hare aaythbig te sell for a
good price call S9S. The Square
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
27i.CherukHa EC v Ealew, Ore.
While William Quartler's automo
bile was standing on the Paciric
hlchwav a few milea out nf Ki..n
last night it was run Into by a car
driven by E. J. Holt of Ilrooks. Quar-
tier, wno uvea ai tat rorty-
aecond street. Portland. reDorted 10
the police. The Ford car was badly
smashed wnicn damage, according to
Mr. Quartier. Mr. Holt promised to
pay. .o one was injured.
Hares For Sale
For sale cheap Itelgian dow. 1030
Cbemeketa street. Phone 12 SO.
Man Withhold Xante
: After being knocked down by an
automobile driven by Susanna Kick
man, of route 8, an unknown man
refused to give his name to Mrs.
RJckman. according a report made
by her following the accident on
Front street. She says that soon af
ter the accident she sought to obtati
the name of the roan.' but he refused
to divulge his identity, saying be was
not hurt. t '
At fairgrounds Wednesday August
11. Come one. come all; you can
It you try: for you will regret if you
let it pass by.
A Home on Kay PaymenU
If you are tired living In a trunk
aad would like to buy a home on the
Installment plan call on Dan J. Fry
for particulars, mornings between 9
and 11. Limit ! number to be sup
plied; first come, first served. Fry's
Drug Store. 20 North Commercial
Charles F. McAllister was granted
his petition to be appointed admin
istrator of the estate of his wife.
who died intestate on July 2s. 1920,
by Judge W. I. Bushey yesterday.
Carrie I. McAllister left an estate
valued at $700. according to the
petition of her husband. Her es
tate cossists largely of personal pro
perty. The petition named the fol
lowing as heirs to the estate: John
Wells, a son; Byron Wells, a grand
son; Merle Wells, -a grandson and
Eva L. Wells, a granddaughter. Mr.
McAllister was required to file a
$1400 bond to act as administrator.
S. C STONE, RL D.
. CURES CL1XCERS
and does a Ken era! office practice.
Office Tylers Drug Store
1S7 South Commercial Street
HART7.IAN BROS. CO.
For Fine Jewelry
J ewelen and Opticiana
JL GoodGood. sT J
17f 1 8 Oo te Eleep-Uy Dusty
Paid for ,
Vegetables and Fruits
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
TRAnSFER of Goods
Our tsrg flest of trucks enables us
to gtr you prompt service and a
truck of the six. needed for your Job
Ceeatrr aad Lsaa IHataae.
llaatlas; a Saeetaltr.
We- Bur and Sell
-WOOD AND COAL.
D. A. LARICKR. Xaaacer
Dance Ercry Wednesday
What Haye You?
We buy. sell and exchange utw
snd second-hand furniture, stores,
ranges, rugs, tools, etc. We will
buy you out.
COL. W. F. WRIGHT, AsWon
271 N. Commercial SU Salem. Or.
List your sales with aa
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People's Furniture Store
tVTT , rttrae Til
, t ; .
I tfl'H'- - :
RiCrioa and Son
Reliable funeral directors.
Moved to Xew Location
Hy a recent business deal, the
Capital Junk company which has
been conducting a fire sale of the
Frank F. Klchter stock, has leased
the property at 225 Center street,
and moved into that location. In
the new quarters the company will
also conduct a machinery and hard
ware merchandising business.
Get them at the Statesman office.
Catalog on application.
iAt fairgrounds. Wednesday. Aug
ust 11. Come one, come all; Son can
If you try; for yon will regret If you
let It pass by.
Smoke that filled the storeroom
from an unknown source led the
manager of the Sample store onluay be given tnem. .
North Commercial street to believe I
the building was on fire when he sent!
In an alarm calling out the rire de-1
partment yesterday afternoon. Upon I
the arrival of the firemen It was
learned mat tbe smoke was escaping
rnto me store irom a defective noe.
inis was soon remeaiea ana no aim-
ace was causea me conjenis 01 tu
. . m - I
tjwua '""" I
One Market Road Complete
County Commissioner J. T. Hunt I
announced yesterday atternoon that
the paving at Brooks will be com-
pieiea someume mi sj wees, tie J I
that this Is the first stretch to Del
completed on the market - road iuL.V . . wm cco'
Uirlnn rnnnlr Th narlnr fnr (hill
road representa a small contract
which waa held by K. C. Compton of I
this city. It was also announced all
the county road master's office that I
about three-quarter a of a mile of
paving has been laid'at the Mt. An-1
gel plant on the market road. About offered. It bespeaks the business
a mile has already been laid in tnlmen and residents to' encourage and
liaftebalL Oxford Park Today 2:30
KerisGriffith vs. Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones snd Miss
I Alta Jones mqlored to Tillamook
beaches Saturday. They expect to be I
cone about two weeks.
Mrs. !. L. Thomas snd little
daughter Louise of Marshfield are in
Salem for a few daya visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Thomas, and Dr. and rs.
Fred Thompson. .... I
J ,- ".u I' . :."fc
ff. Jk XT 11V. S .mjV shTl. I
es this week end
Miss Ethel Rupert Is spending the
week-end with Miss Muriel Sleeves
of Seaside. Miss Putnam of tialem
Is also a guest of Miss Steeves this
Mr. aad Mrs. Clint Monroe and
Miss Minnie Brugger motored up
from Portland and are visiting old
friends In this city for a few ya
Older Salem residents will remember
Mr. Monroe as tbe owner of the Mar-
Ion hotel a number of years sgo
Mrs. II. Hartman and daughter
Miss Gertrude Hartman together
with Otto and Ray Hartman motored
to Portland Saturday.
John Cherrington. accompanied by
his mother, father and sister Lena.
and their guest. Miss Dorothy Rlckett
will motor to the Tillamook beaches
todar for a two weeks Jaunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chapman of
Portland were vtftltors of tbe Cher
rington family. 410 Mill street.
ARGO Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bailey
and child. Kalispel: Jay II. Kock.
Portland: Dyrd Farleigh. Portland;
T. Opria. Ilullt. Or.: Mls Hope E.
llaupt. Washington. D. C.
HUGH F. V. Radcliffe, Chica
go; Mr. and Mrs. Berry Carter and
son. Oral a. Fla.: Fred Holt. Port-
Und; M. K. Lydik. St. Louis; II. S.
Hunt. Portland: If. Jenkins. Mill
City. Or.: W. I. Powers. Hosklns.
Or.: W. C. Hardesty. Portland; Mrs.
F. II. Howard. Portland: M. C. Fruit
Brooks; J. F. Stelner. Jetterson; A.
R. Wortnach. Corvallln; J. J. Crate.
Seattle; Billy Stepp. Portland; Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Mahan. San Pedro.
Cal.: II. A. Harris. Rlckreall; Ver
non J. Kloster. Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. P. Pansatta. Portland; C. W.
Fenn. Portland; J. w. Hopt. Cor-
iMARIO.V (R. J. Newman and wife
Astoria: Mr. and Mrs. G. L. New
man. Astoria: J. P. Alexander. Eu-
sene: Harry Powell. Eugene: Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Gross. Walla Walla;
J. G. Hlakey. Portland: Ray Opple,
San Francisco: 11. V. McClean. Port-
Und: Mrs. L. D. Leedy. Portland:
E. E. Bebarnell. Los Angeles; Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Williams. Eugene;
W. R. McDonald. Portland; Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Green. Portland: J. D.
Davereaux. Portland; Pearl M.
Smith. Florence: Joe Morris. Maple-
ton. Or.; Merc J. Morris. Mapleton:
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ready. Portland:
H. A. Fitter. Spokane: George W
Pattison. Portland: F. C. Samuel
son. Portland; K. M. Bradford.
Portland: K. S .RIchen. Portland;
Jack Lewis. Seattle; J. J. llouser.
Portland: S. Washburn. Portland;
Francys KJinsen. Corvallls: Maxyne
Ruth. Corvallls: Marie U Palor.
Portland: M. T. Morgan. Portland.
"What are all these blonde hairs
doing on this vest you wore last
wiater?" asked Mrs. Gsy. ss she held
up the article she was going to hanglroaliag station for British naval and
out to air
What are they doing there?" re
plied Mr. Gay. "Why. you were a
blonde last year, weren't you? In
Sales and Eeniee
290 North High Street
yallev Motor o.
LARGE SUM OF V
HONEY IS SPENT
Willamette university is becoming
an increasing factor in the business
life of the city. The . campaign for
runds baa geen progressing quietly
for several months and the residents
of Salem have responded readily
showing that there 4a a keen appre
ciation throughout the city of 'the
benefits accruing from Oregon's old
est educational Institution.
Of the $100,000 to be raised for
the new. buildings. Salem was asked
to contribute $20,000 and four-firths
of this amount already has - been
pledged. When this total haa been
reached, the committee plana to pub
lish a list of contributors In order
that proper credit and recognition
Many people do not realise to
wbat proportions tbe 1 university Is
growing, but It Is surely no small
thing for the community to have
tl50.000 put Into brick and mortar
iMd Ubor duHnr this year. Last
week Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Kirk, the
mmmmM n fnmi.fcin th t
--waaa wa mwmm - v -
LanMinne hM pUced the largest or
nr mvrnr rtwmn In 51a I m for fnrtiU
ture. the total being between $10,000
Th iBirmitv AAm tamr nw
members to its faculty this year and
lookg forward to a .tudeat body
nnmbrinr not less than S50.
" .. ...
ai sua irom yiwai uiuks-
ons me nuuamg wm oe miea w
"niowuii oe ursi year.
Every day Inquiry Is coming from
people who are looking to Salens, as
la place for home building because of
the splendid educational advantages
to support handsomely the
schools snd the university.
If,- rT.TmTn tA Ka A
Gtizen Not Allowed to
srnCT.T. Anttralia! Aae. S. fa-
1m Reginald llarklns. ship fireman
" " -
can cltlsen. was allowed to land from
the Canadian-Australian liner Mak-
ura when that vessel reached Van
couver upon her last voyage from
here to that port, or he managed to
land somewhere en route, he runs
the risk of being carted up and down
the Pacific indefinitely.
Jiarklns account of himself, given
la Sydney Just before the Makers
sailed from here early In June with
him on board, as follows:
'Back in January a man with the
same name as I reached Vaaeouter
on this boat. He asked for a day
off but the chief engineer refused
him. He went ashore without leave.
U had his leg
broken and was taken to a hospital.
The chief engineer resorted him a
deserter. The Canadian authorities
arrested me as being the Reginald
llarklns who had deserted.-
They put me on board the liner
Niagara bound for Sydney. 1 didn't
want to go. so when the steamer
reached Honolulu I left her. At the
instigation of the Union Steamship
company, agents for the Canadlaa-
Australlan boats, the ImmrgrsUoa
suthoritles st Honolulu arrested me
snd forcibly put me on board the
Makers. Not wanting to be Idle I
worked as a stoker from Honolulu.
I signed on at 114 sterling a month.
When I reached here I couldn't get
my money and the Canadian authori
ties wouldn't let me off the ship.
"I wss born In Omoha. Neb 41
years ago. 1 left America whea
was 7 years old. I came to Aus
tralia and stared here until I was
25. Since then I , ha to-' traveled
about the world In ships. Whea
was brought on hoard this boat f the
Makers) st Honolulu, the chief en
gineer snd the purser admitted that
I was not the msn who went oft the
boat at Vancouver, but In spite of
all that, the captain took me out to
Ha r kins complained further that
on the strength of promises by the
custom authorities at Sydney that
he would be released from detention
on the Makura If he signed a cer
tificate tht he was an alien. He
signed tbe paper but the promise
was not kept. The American consul
here, E. J. Norton, took up llarklns
case, but was unable to do anything
on the man's behalf beeaase of lack
or proper proof of American citizen
ship. The whole thing.- he said, -goes
back to the action of the Canadian
Bri&fc J0 mHJ0Vt
Harbors of Jamaica
KINGSTON'. Jamaica. Aug. 5 The
estimates which haTe Just passed the
British bouse of commons provide
for an expenditure by tbe Imperial
government of SS00.090 to equip
Kingston harbor with an . oil aad
A large strip of land at the east-.
ern en a or me narnor nas oeea ac
quired for a quay and work Is now la
progress. An srray snd navy can
teen under the auspices of the imper
ial government haa also been estab
lished and everything Is being done I
to attract vessels pass! a g through the!
The local government's scheme of
harbor Improvements hag been re
ferred to a soectaJ board of experts.
It Is Intended to dredge the harbor"
whereby vessels with draught of
38 reet will be able to enter without
fear of getting stuck Is mod banks.
On account of the shallowness of cer
tain parts of the channel, ihe battle
ship Renown which is bringing its
Prince or Wales here In September
next will have to anchor at Port
Royal, tire miles-oat skis Klaritoo
- The Leafing Jewdsrv
' f : Successor to -"'
T . Girdnt vL Kttnt
New complete line of -.
and Irory Goodi
Now is tbe time to hare your
Diamonds and other gtms at
tended to by oar expert
A. B. Gardner
harbor. A special cruiser will con
vey the prince and his party to King
ston. Jake Say. Pete, that dollar you
lent me yesterday was counterfeit.
Pete WelL didn't you say yoa
wanted It bad?
OL GAULS DORF
The Store of Housewares
Phone T 13S X. Liberty St.
18-inch LeatLer lined $120
lilAX 0. BUREN
The people of
(his city know
that we are Just.
The fairness with
which we con
duct our business
Is often talked .
about. We serve "
politely and la a
V . 1. T .IT .
Perhaps yoa know oar
reputation for always
fillioc orders right
whether they come try
phooe, mail or person.
Try us nest time . yea
Sole Agent for
Garden Court Preparation
Sctaefer s Drag Store
. 135 No. Com! SL
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