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THE OREGON STATESMAN, v SALEM ; : OltEGON.
NEWS IN BRIEF
IXk Hound Over--
I Truxton Heck, charged with
holding up 'and shooting I John
Frohniader, was Kiyen a hearing
in the justice court ij-sterday and
was bound over to the grand jury.
jjle furnished bail for $1000.
Cabbage For Kraut
2 cent3 per pound '. delivered,
Ward K. Richardson. Phone 494.
Mrs. Ida Thompson was ap
pointed administratrix ofr the es
tate of her husband, i Matthew
Thompson, deceased. In the coun
ty court yesterday. The estate is
valued at J5Ut0. ; '
Ha rr-n .Ilia fill). " " " '
The Ace, 127 North High.
, Hugh Webb, who served as a
private in the United States army
In France and Germany filed dis
charge papers Monday with the
' At the Hligh theater.
Mi 1" fJnilty
W. J. Kddie, South
Mnnil street, anrl C. C
Independence, pleaded guilty yes
terday to a charge of using pro
fane language, and acting disor
derly and were fined 520 each by
police Judge Race. Chief of Fo
lieej Welch and Officer; Porter
made the arrests "Sunday in the
of Center ail Capitol streets. On
the Kron cr the fender, apron
aud running board were damaged
and the frajnie bent on the' Gale
car. Neither party was injured-
('apt. n.Muir Allen y .
Noted W(irM War lecturer and
humorist at j the Hligh theater to
day and tomorrow.
Damage Ione y
In trying) to pass a-street car
and an automobile, which he
failed to svti because it was with
out a rear light. P. M. Lawrence,
while driving a truck, drove too
close to a street car and the bed
of th truck was nearly torn off.
'Some of tliej windows were broken
in the street car. The collision
Occurred at j the intersection of
Twelfth and, Wilbur streets Sat
urday night. No one was injured.
A. Fagan. Mrs. Fagan
piaintitf in the "action.
Mill Wood IC-ind
, 5oadS $20. Few days
Spuuiding Logging Co.
Three Shot Fired
Three fchots were fired Satur
day night at a prowler on. the
premises of the J. A. Carson
home on .South High street. Po
lice were unable to locate tha in
truder. A "peeper" also made re
cent visits to the premises of T.
W. Davies, 4 41 North Cottage
street, and O. 11. Gingrich, .Cot
tage and 1) streets.
Cabbage For Sale, I tie ier lb.
Delivered. Phone 31F2.
For Side j
Beautiful walnut 'Chickering
piano, in perfect condition. Pean
tiful tone. Duet bench, to match.
Priced rightj terms to suit. C
S. Hamilton.. 340 Court street.
Julius A. Adler, an inmate of
the Oregon state hospital, escaped
from that institution Sunday
morning and as yet has not been
located. It is thought by the au
thorities that he secured trans
portation to Portland, as he has
relatives there, lie is said to be
A3 years old and is five feet eight
inches high and weighs 140
Students Will Rally
Sweetland Afield will be the
scene of a big rally and the an
nual freshman bonfire Friday
night at 7 o'clock, according to
tne announcement made by Yell
King Gillette of .Willamette at
thor cha.pel exercises yesterday.
This celebration is to pave the
way for "mauling Multnomah" in
football on Saturday.
Over IS years old wanted at
, Cheapest for three years. 'If
you want to can any, phone 211.
Cars Come Together
Two cars being driven by J. F.
Kron. route 1 and L. Gale were
badly damaged yesterday when
they collided at the Intersection
ra I l r fs. n ju
F II !
YVM. 8. HART
2 7 0 P. M.
LAST T1MRS J
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Thor Washing Machines and
Electric Work and Supplies.
137 Court St, Phone 488
Rod Crackers, per pound . . . .20c
Dairy Salt In SO pound sack. .75c
straws, per bale-
Laundry Soap in 23 bar lots 91. OO
t fard wheat Flour at per sack f3J23
Hie HigMand Grocery
"Silver Horde" starts
Minerva M-Page and Robert L
Moore of Salem secured a mar
riage license from . the county
Young Man 1
Over 18 years old
the, Gray-Belle. -
Knott For Dirorrp
A suit has been filed in the cir
cuit court to dissolve the mar
riage relation existing between
Herberta'L. Fagan and Raymond
tsi iv. i cab
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
One car of dry ash wood, $11 per
cord. Phone 520.
TRACEY WOOD CO.
Phone 4SHR 740 Highland ATenue
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Tor Fine Jewelry
Jewelen and Opticians
The Bicycle 'for Ereryone
LLOYD E. RA3ISDEN
. 387- Court Street
Bicycles and Bicycle- Repairing
VALLEY RED SPECIAL
i t- - -At - -
A. H. MOORE'S
Call on. us before you sell
Corner Ferry and High Streets
Takes the place of
v doth at about one?
179 N. Commercial St.
167 North Commercial St
M the Electric Sign ' SHOES'
DENNIS0N ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WORK AND FIXTURES
223 North Liberty Street
Cleaning and Pressing
T4 Court Street
People's Cash Store
Transfer Co. i
Talking Machines and Records
Flayer Pianos and Flayer Bolls
Students Hear Mi "affray
iliss VIlla 1. Caffrav. for a
number of y"ears a woman evan
gelist in the fist, and now acting
as assistant iastor in the Metho
dist church at Wenatchee, Wash.,
addressed the students of : Willam
ette yesterday morning on the
subject of life service. Miss Caf-
fray is the first western woman
to be granted a license as a pas?
tor, since the action, of the gen
eral conference last spring made
possible the ordaining of women
as ministers. She is a very forces
ful and pleasing speaker and has
accomplished notable work as an
evangelist. She is a graduate of
Chicago Evangelical Institute.
TUESDAY-MORNING, OCrTOP.ER 13, 1920
of Safem ..rm,es. 19 a resident
oacic er i. w'ri15 l"
Decenler i .llTe He iXl RO on
fill atotn t0 Xew Zealand, to
count , ?r,Kagement in that
peoplt n the Hllison-White
ture Captain Allan will lec-
D Wred. i.hne il2
W after company. Both seek in
creased ratea and service aUo Is
Involved. A valuation of the prop
erties will be necessary In the
electric company's case.
0-r is years old
Capt. Allan Lives Here
Cant. R. Muir Allan, soldier.
poet, humorist, international lec
turer, wearer of the Mons star
and Victory medal, conferred by
84 Th M- f
nuth!,i ,,e a njeetinff of
Method ,em, 0Inen l th s,ie
term.c l.ChUnU at this af-
Mrin Loar a address by
m?.nii l- lrAy, on the amend-
7, t the Women's Republican
dress Vi11?1 Slctin- t the ad
urtss ui be non-political, and all
Gettu-m at The Statesman of
" ''f12110 n application.
Wiillai Fa,.a Again-
rhe st-cond time. FrJ A.
lUiaa, member of the state
public service commission; is a
fathenx daughter was born Sat
urdaitht at lhe-VillIams home.
li; th Fourteenth street. She
weieln? t-jght pounds at birth.
Her nfce j3 Harhara Jean.
years old wanted at
the l!y Hellc.
tJpWsjor Olcott i ha3 received
from arry Noyes Tratt.. Califor
nia fctifier, a i complimentary
copy a pm2ii volume entitled
"Hill tailrf and Open Sky." It U
a boot,f California verse.
J. Cribbitts hasgre-entered the
emploftf the state highway com
missiaiin the Salem offices after
an abuce of three months while
assislot in taking the federal
censuia the bureau of mines and
in thaanufacturing department.
For Medical Certificates for
Marriage License's apply to
S C STONE. M. D.
Tyler's Drug Store ;
157 South Commercial Street
SALEM CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
1215 sjcom'l St. Phone 1868
Salem School of Expression
Lula Rosamond Walton, Plrector
147 "N. Commercial
Phone 592 1484J
Weekly Recital Class
DOUGHNUTS- 35c Do
SALEM BAKING CO.
439 Court Street. Phone 954
A good place to eat
Short Orders all day
163 S. Coml Street
J. D. Maddox, Prop.
The Home of the Vlctrola
Ton set more for your money at
Place Your Order Early
for Fall Planting:
Complete line varieties
Salem Nursery Company
Phone 1763 427 Oregon Bldg.
conducts sales anywhere In
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'l.
It Pays to Trade at The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C. Burton Durdall
117 North Commercial 347
W. T. RIGD0N CO.
Leading Funeral Directors
Love, tat chmaker ami Jeweler-
337 b jstreet, Salem.
Bu htdfc Oeswell
FredS. Buchtel, chairman of
the psliic service commission, is
in Crenell, Lane county, today
wherW is conducting hearings
on apfcations of jthe Creswell
Electriteompany and the Creswell
The Thomp.son-Bradlev rom-
pany of Coquille. Coos county,
yesterday fiu-u articles of .incor
poration at the -i.rfiM r t it
Handiey. gtate rori.i.ra 1 1,,
n The ;"rporatora are
urva .Thompson . Anna Thomp
son and Willis c. Bradley. The
capitalization is JSoon. Articles
of incorporation uere filed bv
Heady Senate. I?lta Theta I'hi law
fraternity of -th rniait. r
Oregon, with h?
Rene. The Incomnrainr.
Arthur Iiere. . rtni i
and LeUoy I'. Anderson. Property
valuation is given as $1000. No
tification of withdrawal from the
state was filed by the Piatt Iron
works, a corporation of Bayton.
Hfgdon and Son
Reliable funeral directors.
Democrat to Meet
fclton Watkins. Portland t Inr.
ney, will address a meeting of Sa
lem Democrats at the armory to
morrow niKul wnen the learue of
nations is to be discussed. Dr. C
J. Smith of Portland Is rtnM-'tJ
be present and speak on the
ilrl Wins WaUli
Cecelia De Boef. 263- North
Commercial street, won the Incer
soll watch given by Tyler'a Drag
Store with her guess of 60. Harry
E. Parker, three days after Mfcs.
De Boest's guess, also marked 60,
so he will also be given a watch by
Mr. Tyler.. There were 59
watches In the window. ,
IIKSIXKSS FOB YOUB
Car notWttlng right? Bring It to
us. A place to get tires, tubes,
spot Etfits, skid chains and tire
Gral Western Garage .
Phone IL Opposite Court House
J HAVAys OPKX
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Vegetables and Fruits
Better Goods for Iess
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
Stores, Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
Store your Furs during summer
with us. .
WEST FUH CO.
521 Court. Opposte Court House
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street Phone 409
U. S. GARAGE
654. Ferry Street
USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS
SPECIAL New - series Studebak-
er. yalue 11625, today si300
U. S- Garage. Phone 1752.
SALEM in i
"f of Goods
Oar lrj fleet of track eomblel
to five you prompt service and a
track of the aize needed for jour job.
Conn try and Long Diitaac
Hauling a Specialty.
We Buy and Sell
W OOD AND OOA L
D. A. TJUtMEB, lfanager,
Aeaidenee Phone 189S-
- What Have You?
We buy, sell and exchange
new and second-hand furni
ture, stores, ranges, rugs,
tools, etc We will buy you
COIi. W. F. WRIGHT
271 N. Com'l St., Salem, Or.
List your sales with us
Night Phone 1047 Phone734
ranges, heaters and fur
niture of all kinds see
the Capital Junk and
Bargain House. We also
buy all kinds of second
hand furniture, hard
ware, machinery-i hides
and jink of all; kinds.
Capital Junk &
215 Center St. Phone 39S
We have aitairu-.l
m point in public
favor where eur
(3 unquestioned. ,
Ite services we
credit pon ihfe
e gt s b lishment.
becao of the
e o o s r I e ntious
jusjtner in which
ve carry out in
Gooklnft Funeral Held
Funeral services or Paul Cook
Ins. 19-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. O. Gooklns. 186S Ferry
street, who died Saturday, were
held Monday afternoon from the
chapel of Itigdon & Son. Iter. W.
T. Milliken of the Kaptlnt church
officiated. Interment was In City
Die at Hospital
John' W. Gibson. 71 Year old.
died at a local hospital Saturday
night. The body was sent to
Portland for burial.
VAgar Shaffer I tend .
tdgar Shaffer, 47 y?ars old.
died at hl hom, ,360 South Six
teentn streat, Sunday. The body
was sent to Lebanon for Inter
ment, by Rigdon & Son. Resides
his wife he leaves one small son.
two sisters and four brothers .Mr.
ShafTer cams to Sr. I em &Jx months
ago from Lebanon.
D. OF H. IN
Members of State Organi
zation Meet with District
The 3Cth semi-annual Willam
ette district convention of the De
cree of. Honor met at MrOornack
hall yesterday for a two-day con
vention. Millie K. rUgh of Tort
land, presiding. U president, and
other officers were appointed as
F.rsf vice president. Cora 11.
Jones of Eurene; second vice
president. Cora Ifowitt of Port
land: past president. Llxrij Ellis
of Portland: secretary. Adaline
Newmai) of Eugene; pris corre
spondent. Margaret E. Becker:
ushers. Anna Ilich of Salem and
Nellie II. McFadden of Junction
City; Inside watch. J. Kirk of
Corvallls: outsid wateh. John
Moore of Eugene: maids of hon
or. Lily. A. Young of Wilsonville
and Cordelia Allen of Portland.
Mrs. Lulu D. Crandall'of The
Dalles, state president, and Mes
dames Sarah E. Moore. Ida Hos
ier.. Margaret E. Becker and Mil
lie E. Pugh. past state presidents,
were in attendance.
Interesting reports were given
by delegates from the several
lodges. Regr?t was expressed
that Mrs. Harriet C. Looney. past
state president was nnable to at
tenJ the. convention and a letter
of love and cheer was sent her.
Members of th? convention
stood In silent prayer to the mem
ory of Caroline Holman who was
the statep resident In 1S5.
The convention will meet at 9
o'clock this morning.
... PRESIDENT WILSON
(Continued from Page 1)
Express Company Seeks
Huge Increase in Rates
Whether an increase of 26 H
per cent of the present express
rale on milk and cream and Ice
cream shall bv allowed the Amer
ican Express company is the lat
ent important question to be
placed bfore the public service
To be effective September 10
lat the Interstate commerce com
mission authorized th ) express
company to lncreae its rate on
these, articles by 12i per cent,
but this was held up tn Oregon by
a suspension order of theservice
commlslon. Subsequentfy the
Interstats commerce commission
authorized an additional tncreas
of 13 Vi per cent, or a total of
26i per cent In all. Yesterday
an application from the company
reached the commission asking a
hearing and rcjueit'ng that both
Increases be mad? effective.
Hearing ts asked for October
23. but It wassaid at the offices
of the commjion that a bearing
cannot be granted on that date.
not had occasion to revert to the
Ftenographer's notes until the
president's letter raised the polnL
He then ascertained, be said, that
the notes and the transcript pre-
parea on tne train did not agree,
and that although he had said
"her" spokesmen." the published
reports of .the speech had been
inexact in using the words "her
PERSONAL MENTION I
A. C. Barber, state insurance
commissioner, was in Portland
W. A. Marshall and W. T. Kirk
of the state Industrial accident
commission irare In.Fortland yes
C. I. Lewis of the Oregon Grow
ers Co-operative association, was
in Portland yesterday to address
the Chamber of Commerce.
Drf.CV. Ellis will today take
possession of a homa he has pur
chased at 594 . North Liberty
Mr. and Mrs.-J. C. Herren have
returned from the mountains
near Kiddle where ?aeh shot two
A. C. Libby of Jeferson was a
business visitor In the city Monday.
Big Hop Check Given
by Senator Lachmuni
Senator Louis Lachmund of
Salem, hop broker, recently gave
C. A. McLaughlin of Independence
a check, said to be the largest
ever paid In Marion county for
a farm crop.' The total paid Mr.
McLaughlin was $1S3.72$.60. but
prior, to the final check he had
been advanced $61,900. Mr.
Lachmund bought the hops for
The hops were grown on the
old Herschberg farm two miles
north of Independence, a tract
of 275 acres which was purchas
ed by McLaughlin less than a year
ago for 1225,000. McLaughlin
had farmed the tract on a lease
for several years, and last year
the total amount paid for his
crcp was $115,000. This year, in
addition to the hops, he harvested
12.000 bushels of grain and 400
tons of hay.
COX TAKES HIS SERMON
TO NEW YORK
(Continued from page 1)
he favored giving ex-service men
a "farm. and a home .from the
government domain or the four
fold plan of the American lerion.
Prolonged applause grafted his
statements on the Irish question,
especially when be declared that
me suuaiion in Ireland was a
war .of extermination and . the
conscience of tha world Is begin
ning to revolt against it."
Washington Juniors Now
Have "High Y" Society
A "High T" dub for the boys
of the Washington junior hich
school was organized at a meetinr
at the Y. M. C. A. lat night at
C:30 o'clock. A constitation was
adopted and application made to
the national association for a
The following officers wre el
ected: PreIdent. Denelt McCroskey.
vice, president. Darwin George:
secretary. Burton Randall: treas-
We carry tie best line
from the well known
G o r h a m Shelbotxrn
Pattern Air in
Reed and Barton
Sierra and Pomp rim
nrer. WiafieU Clark. An advis
ory committee eon fitts of II. F.
Durham, principal of th; school:
L. A. Pickett, boys secretary at
the Y. M. C. A.; Ralph Barnes, at
leader and T. E. McCroskey.
Care in Voting Urged
by Justice G. M., Brown
Justice Gecrre M. Brown of the
supreme court urged extreme care
in Toting on the eleven ballot
measures before the people for
the November election when he
addressed the Salem Commercial
club at the Monday noon lunch
eon. AH the measures were ex
plained Inj an. Impartial manner
by the Judge, who. as attorney
general, prepared the ballot titles
for all of them.
'Justice Brown said that the
United? States (constitution had
been amended only nine times In
129 years, and showed the Incli
nation to amend the Oregon con
stitution frequently since the ad
vent of the Initiative privilege.
As the fundamental law of the
land, be urged that the constitu
tion should be guarded carefully
and all proposed amendments
studied thoroughly by the voters
before going to the booths.
Judge .Brown was cheered
heartily by the club members.
. High Class Meals
1621 North. Commercial Street
$4.M and S.VOO
We will commence ship
pins soon. Come and
High and Trade Streets
Office 542 State Street
One School District
Would Annex Territory
The boundary board of one
county cannot annex to a school
district a portion of another dis
trict which lies partially In an-:
other county without the con
currence of the boundary board
of the other county, according to
an opinion br Attorney General
I. H. Van Winkle.
The question came, from J. A.
Churchill, state superintendent of
schools, relative to a letter of in
quiry from C. A. Jewell, city
superintendent at Sheridan. Dis
trict No. 4S of Yamhill county
practically includes the city of
Sheridan, but the town is on th
southern boundary of the district
and the town laps over a trifle
into district No. 43. The peop'e
of No. 4 want to annex a part
of No. 4 5. a distance of one mile
to the Polk county line.
The attorney reneral explains
that this can be done only on pe
tition of Jhree or more legal vot
ers who are Interested, through
action on the boundary board of
the county in which most of the
involved district lies, and with
concurrence of the boundary
icard of the other county.
Seme Vacancies Remain
lor Next Eugenic Clinic
Thre are a few vacancies 1n
the October eugenic clinoc. which
is to be held in the Commercial
fiuh. auditoHnm Thursdav, Octo
ber 2. Any mother who has a
child between the ages of C
months and C. rears who wishes
to have It examined mar rvrister
its name with Mrs. R. L. Matth
ews. secretary of the Marion
Connty Children's bureau, who
will !sne reritratlon numbers.
Piftures of children whs have
ben examlnad hr the bureau will
be on displar this week in one of
the show windows of Miller's
store, the photographs being the
work of the Canned Robh ste-
LADD & BUSH BANKERS
ErtiilixJied 18C3 " .
General Bxukisg Euiineu
Office Hours frcxa 10 &. xx to 3 p. xa.
DRS. SWENNES & ELDRIEDGE'
Oar dentistry Is of the highest standard
PRICES VERT REASONABLE
Trained dental nurse always In attendance.
Examinations Free Work
Office located at corner State and Liberty
streets, over Hartmaa Bros, jewelry store.
DR. A. SWENNES. Mgr.
C A B B A -G E
(2.00 per 100 rounds delivered. Crisp, solid, and
Soft Cabbag-e.' 50c per 100 pounds
1G gallon kega $1.00
Tomatoes : $L2o per box
WARD K. RICHARDSON
2395 Front St. . Pbone 494
A Touch o f Elegan ce
is imparted to your costume when you
carry a Baj that is in good taste, correct
for the occasion and artistically attrac
tive. We have just received an assort
ment which we shall enjoy showing; you.
These Women' and Misses' '
Leather Hand Bags
are made in envelops style, vanity bags
and all the desired shapes for street us
age. They are completely outfitted and
have just been shipped to us by one of the
liest bag makers in America. The shades
that predominate are black, navy, and
Specially Priced From
98c to $19.75
It is a great thing to know hour to spend
Money You cUl learn many a lesson if
. you Tay as You Go." i
also do local hauling