The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 24, 1920, Page 5, Image 5

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    TUB OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREOON
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
TUESDAY MORTX(l. AUOUftT 24, 102O
r ,
Special meeting of Sa
lem lodge No. 4, A. P. &
A. M., this eTening.
Work in the F. C. degree
Collar Bone Broken-T
A broken collar bone suffered
iy R. K. Benaon Sunday morning
if t o'clock was the result of a
collision between' an automobile
and ft bicycle at the Intersection
of Church and Center streets, ac
cording to a report made at po
lice station by Milo A. Roach of
Eugene. Benson, he says, was
riding his bicycle south on Church
street while be was driving his
aatomoblle east on. Center street
when the clash occurred, throw-
UK Mr. Benson to the pavement.
Pastry Cook Wanted
At the Spa. J
pounds. He
Brice Wayne.
der extending to the Portland
Kailway, Ligut Tower company
authority to make reparation to
Portland Pulley
has been named
Pa try Cook Wanted
At the Spa.
Building New Home
W. C- Conner, having recently
sold his residence property i on
North Twenty-Third street, has
bought the large lot and partially
burned Corastock residence on the
heights at the corner of South
church and McGilchrist streets
and is rebuilding it, thereby pro
viding another new home for Sa
lem. " !
Love Watchmaker ami Jeweler
337 etate street, Salem.
Marlon County Girls Iad
.The nine home-making club
Of Donald. Marlon county,, have
the best home-making club so far
visited by Ivan L. Hobson, of the
United States department of ag
riculture. Each girl' was given
a bead on completion of 10 sets
f Instruction, and each won five
beads for completion of all the
.work, report H. C. Seymour,
fBtatt leader.
Hill Military Academy
Portland, Oregon ,1s recognized
by the war department. Opens
September 15th.
.... . .
Son Arrives
A "baby son arrived Sunday
morning at the home on Mr. and
Mr. , Robin Caldwell at . their
home oa Oak street. ; The little
ehap weighed seven and one-half
Some Vacancies Iteroal
A few reniaininK vacancies in
the August eugenics clinic of the
Marion County Children's bureau
may be filled by telephoning the
names of babies to be registered
to Mrs. B. L. Matthews, 'phone
134S.U. The clinic will be held
in the Commercial club. Thursday
afternoon, August 26. Mrs. N. A.
Flegel, chairman of the educa
tional department of the State
Parent-Teacher association of
Portland will be present, as will
also a community nurse.
seres in Wallowa county. By E.
T. J ace and W. It. Murray of En
terprise, covering the aDnronria-
the Portland Pulley company of tion of
1 1 1I rn a fihtnillftlt nf sinhl ogr.iinu.lr f t . . . .1. . 1
.. . ..I ;a-Mrh.!: PVimnm muppty lor m ma two wheels off the
ivaus - x.Uo( , , ,rn irrigation oi 1 2 (I acres in ui-nt
Inally were assessed at 3 1-2 cents Wallowa county.
a Iiunureu uui me lami was cor
reeled soon after the shipment Tirr Torn Off
Clalminit that while his Ford
bug was parked in front of his
resilience at 1800 State street, a
was moved to include rough cord
wood in the same class a fuel
wood rates.
lry Wool
We can make prompt delivery
on dry box wood at ft per load.
This is splendid fuel fur summer
use. - Clias. K. Spaulding Lng&iug
Co.
Celebration Planned
The local G. A. It. post Is plan
ning a special open meeting for
September 17 to commemorate
constitution day. The meeting will
be held in the Commercial club
auditorium at 2:30 o'clock Friday
afternoon.
Store New
New goods arriving dally. Au
thentic styles, purchased by N. C.
Kafo'iry. now in New York, Ka
oury Bros.
car driven by William Zosel. route
4. ran Into it. tearing a tire oft
and bending a radius rod, O. S.
Curr reported to the police Sun
day. He says the accident was
caused by careless driving.
by Aaron Brown, of Kings Valaley
n r-om county, ran into his car
ftr he bad given him ample
room to bass. Mr. Davis sava that
pave-
hch he claims was suffi
cient to give the other car clear
ance, but that dae to the careless
driving of the other driver a col
lision resulted in which he nar
rowly escaped serious Injuries. He
says that his car was badly dam.
red. He names the following as
witnesses to the accident: Charles
Cochrane, Ted McComber. Ralph
McComber and Albert Sellars, all
of Dallas.
Legal Blanks
,oet them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalox on application '
Dr. t"tr Ientit
Is attending Dental Clinics
San Francisco this week.
in
TREASURE
ISLAND
LAST .
TIMES
TONIGHT
Son Born Sunday - . -Mr.
and Mrs. Cuyler Van Pat
ten are the parents of a baby son
who arrived Sunday, AUSim 2.
at their home. 440 South Twenty-
first street. , He has oeen nameu
Robert Cuyler. '
. . - i
Reparation Ordered
The public service commuswuu
yesterday Issued a reparation or-
HARTftlAN BROS. CO.
' Tor Ffcae Jewelry
Jewelers and Opticians
CR0SSETT SHOES
"Make Life's "Walk Easy"
- SCHEl'S
The .House, of Ktfppenheimer
. THE "DAYTON"
. .The Bicycle for Everyone
LLOYD E. RAMSDEX
V 387 Court Street
Bicycles and . Bicycle Repairing
0
"WALLFELT"
- Takes the place of
. cloth at about one
third
MAXO.BUREN
179 N. Commercial St.
BONDS, MORTGAGES
Interest Bearing Investmenta
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
204-207 Oregon Building
ReKldents Were Scared
The queer actions of a man, In
the vicinity of Market and Seven
teenth streets terrified aome resi
dents in that district to the estent
that they reported to the police
headquarters yesterday, request
ing that an officer be sent out to
investigate. Officer Harry Howe
investigated, and Arton Smith, an
escaped inmate of the Oregon
state hospital was apprehended.
Officials of the state hospital
were notified and Smith was re
turned to that institution.
Hoftpital Attendant Die
Peter Dusett. who for 10 years
had, been an attendant at the state
hospital for the Insane, died Mon
day night, presumably or apo
plexy. He was 45 years old. The
tuntral will .be held at St. Jos
eph's Catholic church at 9 o'clock
a. in. todav.
J HOTEL ARRIVALS
Water Ailirati
Charles W. Rice has filed with
the state engineering department
an application for permission to
appropriate water from Booth
Spring branch for the Irrigation
of a small tract In Douglas coun-
tv ftlhor innltritinna ha to hen
filed as follows: By Emma Keys j rowtable Want Khaughney
Dr. Marshall
Osteopath. U. S.
Child lase Away
Lester Gibson Trudgeon, aged
5 years, 9 months. 12 days, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Trudgeon
of Salem Heights, died at a local
hospital Sunday at noon. The fu
neral will be from the Rlzdon
chapel at 10:30 this morning.
Burla) will b In the City View
cemetery. -
ARGO J. P. Funk, CorvaJlis;
L. LaValley. Portland; R. B, Me
Williams. Portland: H. L- Snow
den. Portland: II. J. Henery. Port
land: V. E. Parker. Oregon City;
R. If. Tomlinson. Dallas. Tex.
BLIGH T. Thompson. Port
land; W. W. Carroll. Portland: R.
J. Gay, Portland; Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Howard. Seattle; A. W.
Toon Nickel. Chicago; A. T. Ed
monds, Grand Rapids. Mich.: Wil
liam Scott. Portland: Frank
Bluklnger. Portland; M. Bothner.
Seattle; A. J. Ahnfe. Seattle; Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Furey. Mankato.
Kan.; Mrs. Nancy McCammon.
Mankato. Kan.: E. T. Steward.
Portland: Mrs. M. J. Ramp. Port
land: Mrs. Mae McDanlel. Portland.
Bank building.
of Fossil, covering the appropria
tion of water from John Day river
for the irrigation of a small tract
in Wheeler county. . By Henry
Schaeffer of Wallowa, covering
the appropriation of water from
unnamed springs for the Irriga
tion of a small tract In Wallowa
county. By Charles Crow of En
terprise, covering the
Place Your Order Early
for Fall Planting
Complete line varieties
Salem Nursery Company
Phone 1763 ' 427 Oregon Bldg.
INDIAN AGENCY
, at '
A. H. MOORE
421 Court Street
reej
W00DRY
conducts sales anywhere in
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Coml.
AUCTIONEER
Constable be Long Is searching
for Joe Shauchnessy. . charged
with assault and battery. The man
la said to be 35 years old, 6 feet
and 2 Inches In height and of
slender build. When last seen he
wore a dark shabby suit and a
gTay cap. Shaughnessy, say ine
police, is a foreigner and speaks
approprla. rather brokenly.
Student PaMMw Away
Joseph Joxkubiz. 17 years old.
a student at Columbia university.
died at St. Vincent's hospital in
Portal ad, Sunday evening. He Is
servlved by his father and mother
and five brothers and sisters of
Salem. The funeral will be at St.
Joseph's church this morning at
9 o clock.
tion of water
creek tor the
from Hurricane
irrigationof 32
Automobile Pa la tine
The real kind. VL C. Jarman.
156 South Twelfth street.
Will clone at 5:30 Each Evening
During Angnst
JACK'S CAFE
A good place to eat
Short Orders all day
163 S. Com'l Street
J. D. Maddox, Prop.
Three More Arrested
Bert Smith .deputy sheriff and
county traffic officer, yesterday
(arrested three automobile speed
ers for violating traffic regula
tions governing automobiles on
the Pacific highway. They were
C. B. Reynolds of Portland, ana . .
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
ENGINEERING CO.
For Thor Washing Machines and
Electric Work and Supplies.
337 Court SL Phone 4 88
G. E. Hansen and Arthur Biggins
of Salem. Mr. Biggins, according
to the report on: file, will have his
hearing In Salem on September 1.
The other speed violators will
have their hearings in Salem
sometime this week.
lead's Funeral Today
The 'funeral of Elvin DeBond.
who was killed Saturday, when he
was run down by an automobile
driven by R. A. Looney, will be
from the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Little. 1561 Mar
ket street, at 2 p .m. today. Rev.
J. II. Chapman will officiate and
burial will be In I. O. O.'F. ceme
tery. He was 9 years old. He leaves
one sister aged S years, besides
and mother. He Is the
gTandson of Mr. and Mrs. II. R.
McWborter of 1491 Market street
street of this city.
MARION Glen E. Fox. Port
land; D. M. Desmond. Portland:
E. Sturms. Portland: William M.
Stevens. Portland: W. A. Wood
ward. Portland: J. R. Morrison.
San Francisco; Fred W. Hall. Chi
cago: John J. Wilde. Chicago; J
Meyers. Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Hawkins. Canton. Ohio; E. R
Raletgar. Portland; Mrs. N. L.
Moody. Tacoma; H. U. P.udden
borr. Seattle; A. M. Alcorn. Stan
ford. Ky.; Thomas P. Weeks. Se
attle: Arthur Booth, Portland:
If. F. McKenile. Portland; E. T.
Eckert. Portland; John D. Baker.
Portland: Elmer B. Spencer.
Portland; W. S. Barnes Portland;
L. A. Riffle. Portland: Francis S.
Hayes. Portland; A. Gobbler, San
Francisco; R. L. Stewart. Seattle;
John Gowen. Newt erg: W. C.
Black. Portland; D. G. Curtlss.
Portland: A. C. P. Frisk. Port
land; P. A. Shaard. Portland; L.
R. Romey. N. Y.: George E.
Bronaugh. Portland: Madallne
1 lei mar, Portland: Ed Olstad. San
Francisco: H. A. Filler. Spokane:
R. E. Lafferty. Portland; C. P.
Ross. Portland; Paul C. Merton.
Portland; Francis Atwell ard
wife. Butte; Mrs Oswald Millr.
Chicago: J. J. WaJnr'.cht. New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Berger,
Portland : Barbara Berger. Port
land: Thomas E. May, Seattle;
Mill S. Johns. Seattle: W. W.
Phillips. Seattle; D. E. Gren.
Portland; A. O. Tindolph. Port
land: E. L. Rethey. San Frar Cis
co: J. E. Kurt. Portland: Mr.
and Mrs. W. Wllhelm. Monroe.
O-.: George Wllhelir. Monroe;
Mis FaVe Wllheim. Monrce; II.
II. Lou, Santiam.
Final Band Concert in
. WUhon Park Tonight
A special program consisting
entirely of numbers that have
proved most popular during the
season is offered for the last band
concert of the rear, to be riven
tonight In Wllison park. It Is an
other request program, similar to
the one that was received with so
much favor a few weeks ago. This
will make the 18th concert of the
season.
Mrs. Hal lie TarUh Durdall will
sing request numbers, "la the
Land of Long Ago. and "Annie
Laurie.
The program as announced by
Oscar Steelbammer. director of
the band, is as follows:
March. "Under the Double Ea
gle" Wagner'
selection. "Wang" Morse
Waltx. "Visions of the Past"..
Rollinson
Hindustan
That NauKhty Walt
Russian Rag
Ii the Land of Long Ago" and
"Annie Laurie, vocal solos.
...Mrs. Hallle Parrish Durdall
Serenade. "Garden of Dreams'
Lincoln
Lutlepiel overture. .. .Keler Bela
Marco. "Salute to the Sultan"
Lawrence
Star Spangled Banner.
WOMEN TO COMPETE
it
A. B. Gardner
Successor to
Gardner L Kttne
We hare just received
shipments from the factor
ies, of
El sin Wrist Watches.-" -(Jrecn
Gold and Platinum
Ring Mountings.
A fine display case and com
plete line of Eyer-Sharp
Pencils
Also -
A very nice line of Silk Um
brellas in newest designs and
colors
Expert rorkmen in every department
A. B. Gardner
The Leading Jeweler
! PERSONAL MENTION
Rlgdon and Son
Reliable funeral directors..
SWIMMING
is very refreshing on a hot day.
Come and bring your friends.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
' ' Oregon ' Building
Better Goods for Less
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
- - " . ; For . .
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
Stoves, Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone-9il
Soda Crackers, per pound . . . .SOc
Dairy Salt In SO pound sack. .75c
Straws, per bale 65c
Laundry Soap fn 23 bar lots 91. OO
Uardwbeat Flour at per sack f&25
The Highland Grocery
Phone 406 748 Highland Avenue
Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases
Music Bolls and Brief Cases at
' . HAMILTON'S
h 340 Court Street
WOOD WOOD
The best furnace wood in the city
; for the money at Tracy 'a
Phone 624 i.
' 167 North Commercial St.
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
FURS STORED
Store your Furs daring summer
.. ,. -with as. . . . .
WEST FUll CO.
521 Court. Opposite Court House
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
222 North Liberty Street
D.H.M0SHER
High Class
Cleaning and Pressing
474 Court Street
MYRTLE KN0WLAND
Mnsie kvnd Musical Merchandise
; " Sonora Dealer in Salem
.4 IS Court St. Salem, Oregon
. Telephone 2S2
WANTED
Beans
Eggs
Potatoes
People's Cash Store
LONG DISTANCE
AUTO
TRUCKING
Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.
Phone 1400
w" also do local hauling
CARL & B0WERS0X
Groceries .
383 Court Street Phone 409
1920 ELGIN SIX IS HERE
SI ...
VtoriU who m'r lookinc far Blronc.
Mriel er with clr(aat b4? lnrt
"a interior nccttistioM that tummm
Btinaa service and .ronomr at a rM
nabU prie. ahoal4 this ear.
Lee L Gilbert, Distributor
is a. caauMrdal Btraat
U. S. GARAGE
S54 Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAJ New series Studebak
er. value 11625. today $1300
U. S. Garage. Phone 1752.
USED CARS
To Sell Cheap for Cash or to trade
for Bread and Butter
THE B. A C MOTOR CO.
178 S. Commercial St.
Busicfc's
SALEM ALBANY
Coaple to Marry
A marrlaee license was issuea
yesterday to Walter II. lrtel. of mnent photograph.
Dexter, Ore. and Vala II. Taylor tst from Angeies.
of SllTerton.
CareleM Driving Charged
A. Davis, of 2590 Fair Grounds
road, charges another driver- with,
careless driving in an automobile
accident In which he was Involved
yesterday morning. According to
h nnnrt made at me nonce
olAm I Ut.n..nAlti fhlMPn a1 various
tion. was ariTius iui i
the Saiem-uaiiaa nu. I i
.Knnt nnt and one-halt miles out Kg
of town an automobile operated
' E. C. Gamble who Is superinten
dent of the Dominion Mining syn
dicate with properties located near
Marinosa. Cal.. Is borne on a run
to his family at 9(6 South twelfth
street. Mr. Clendenon Stubbs. a
er and ar
accompan
led him on hla trip home, which
aa made by automobile
Mrs. Marv Casebere. formerly of
Salem, has returned for a short
.visit during which time ahe will
attend to some business matters.
Mrs. D. A. White and dughtar,
Blanche started yesterday for the ,
east. Intending to visit friends In t
CAPITOLA. CaU Aug. 23.
Women swimmers will compete
here Sunday. September 19 for
the Pacific coast mile swimming
championship. Entries close Sep
tember 13. -
Genuine Walrus
The Kodlak. Alaska, bear Is the
largest carnivorous animal In the
world.
18-inch Leather Lined.. $150
MAXO.BUREN
179 N. Coml St
Sales
MIMwMt(M Scrncc .
Valley MotorCo'.
i.i
ILLER'
GOOD GOODS
Today's Tterord Suggeatlota
2411131 Come On aa4
Baby Me .Farre'J
EL Stiff FcniHiire Co.
Complete House Furnlshsrs
Read the Claxiified Ads.
BISHOP BROS.
ligh and Ferry Sts. Phone 1400
WE BUY
Farm Produce. Eggs. etc.. Paying
Highest Cash Market Prices.
DIXIE
DOUGHNUTS 35c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
43a Court Street. l'hone Uo4
W. W. MOORE
Furniture Store
The Home of the Vlctrola
Ton get more for your money at
Moore s
Salem Cleaners and Dyers
Phone 1868
It Pays to Trade at The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C. Barton Durdall
217 North Commercial 247
W. T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Directors .
L
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MOVING
i?o Jt ST0RING
930 CHIPPINfi
AU Kinds
SALEM
TRAnSFEf? of Goods
CYmr larr. f1t .f track bl
m ci 7 ffjmpt mrrrirm ! a
track ( th. six. Boeded for jtmt job.
Ceaatry aa4 Lat Diaace
Baallas a Specialty.
W. Bay sa4 Srll
W OOC ANI COl h
D. A. XJtKXEK. Xaasaw,
WANTED
JTJNK AND MACHINERY
OF ALL KINDS
We also buy second-hand
goods. If you have anything
to sell for a good price call.
398. The Square Deal House.
CAPITAL JUNkCO.
271 Chemeketa, Salem, Or.
Dreamland Rink
Dance
Every Wednesday
and Saturday
Bungalow Orchestra
What Have You?
We buy. sell and exchange
new and second-hand furni
ture, stoves, ranges, rugs,
tools, etc We will buy you
out.
COL. W. F. WRIGHT
Aartioneer
371 N. Coml St, Salem. Or.
: List your sales with us .;;
People's Fonutore
Store
Night Phone 1047 PhoneTlt
WL OAHIADORF
The Store of Housewares
rhone 7 135 N. Liberty St.
HIGHEST PRICES
Paid for
inta throughout Illinois, cover-
an Itinerary of three niontns
or more.
Iavld W. Eyre, president or the
Tnited Slates national bank, left
this morning for a business trip
to San Francisco.
Miss Eleanor Huckesleln. who
has been spending her vactlon in
Salem at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. August lluckeateln.
returned yesterday to Sanlko.
where she is employed in a bank.
Dr. J. M. Prime of Omaha. Nen..
Is visiting relatives in Salem, hav
ing come here from San Francisco
Renairine and Alterations the program of a convention ot
ncu4UW5'' fBe California State Dental asso
ciation. The doctor Is very favor
ably impressed with this section
of the country. He Is an nncle of
Dr. O. E. Prime of Salem.
F. A. Elliott, state forester, has
returned from Tillamook county
where he has been for several
days of recreation.
Fred O. Buchtel. chairman of
the public service commission.
went to Portland yesterday.
Miss Frances Gellatly has re
turned to her desk In the office
of the state board of control after
a vacation ot two weeks. She
spent most of the tisne In Port
land.
Arthur S. Benson, clerk of the
supreme court, has returned from
his vacation.
Horace Sykea of the state fire
marshal's department will return
tomorrow from a vcatlon spent In
southern Oregon
O. B. McCullough. head of the
brtdre department of the state
highway commission, has
turned from Crater Lake.
A. N. Pierce. James R. Linn.
Ceorre Johnson and J. L. Van
Doren have returned from a tub
tng trip to Eleanor lake.
Dr. B. L. Steeves has returned
from Portland where he under
went an operation at Emanuel
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kimball will
leave for the east today.
Miss Agnes Dunlap. principal of
the school at Central Point, will
leave for that place today after a
visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs
II. N. Aldrich
A. T. Yea ton has returned af
ter several weeks in eastern slates,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry X. Crala
returned Sunday from a motor
trip In different parts of Oregon
Ernest Kit man hs resigned his
position with the Rigdon com
pany to accept a place in Portland
C. H. Clanrey i at Crater Lake
J. A. Dardnellle and son left
yesterday for their home at Dufu
aftei a visit at the II. E. Brown
home.
Seymour Jones was in Portland
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Verden M. Moffltt
and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Prunk of
Eugene will leave tomorrow for
Portland. They will motor on the
Columbia river . highway. Mr
Wnffitt. who is a member of the
Salem police force, will be absen
on his vacation for about l
dar.
W. C. Thrapp. C. P. Thrapp
and Elmer Savage will leave today
for Swiss Home, on the Siaalaw
rver. where they win flb and
hunt. for several days. The two
latter are members ot the Salem
I !W I
I -ill
Vegetables and Fruits
PEOPLE'S CASH
STORE
J
This organisation
has been tested
as to its qualifi
cations. Our ser
vices are at all
times found to be
satisfactory and
are replete with
the proper appointments.
Never hare the Fall styles in feminine apparel been as clnnn
ing and universally becoming as they are this season. Dresses are
youthfully short and full coats are stunning in line and shade;
blouses are new in line and finishing; underlings are daintily sheer
and bey. In fact the full styles were created to add to feminine
beauty and attractiveness and you will find the most advanced mod
els at this store. And just a word about the prices. In spite of
summer and spring predictions, we have been most fortunate in buy-'
ing our fall stocks. Aided by our new plan of "Pay As You Go"
we have been able to hold down our prices and we invite you to an
inspection of our fall fashions assuring you that you will find the
prices we ask to be most reasonable.
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H. (8. Siplerj.dki.
Outfit yourself for fall by our Pay As You Go Plan
111
s
fire department.