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GIT Y NEWS IN BRIEF
Good Office Help .
Is very scarre and the salaries
are good. The. most valuable of
fice apistaht is one" who can do"
ell-arotind worlc, bookkeeping,
shorthand, typewriting, etc. .Many
are handicapped (by not being able
to do all- Any kuch ..may remove
the handicap by taking work at
the Capital Husiness collegfc night
school.; It beginls next Monday.
y, ' 1 ;
fUffdon and Son
Sellable funeral directors.
False Alarm Tim'-d In
An lam wis turned Into the
fire department last flight which
was entirely unintentional- on the
part of the person responsible for
the call. However, it is well to
take a little time looking over the
telephone directory, especially re
lating to .such 'important calls as
the fire department, in order that
inch mistake may not occur. The
ALICE BRADY -
- ' In " : J-
On Our Wurlitzer
Organ by Mr. Monroe
; Repairing and Alterations
1215 S. Com'l St. Phone 1868
I 1717 UNION
t f 1.00 and $5.00
ELECTRI (MACHINE &
for Thor Washing Machines and
; Electric Work and Supplies.
117 Court St. i Phone 488
toda Crackers, per pound..;. 20c
Dairy Salt in SO pound sack. .75c
Straws, per bale . . . .' . ...... .G5c
Laundry Soap in 23 bar lota 91.00
lardwheat Flour at per sack $&25
The Highland Grocery
' ffcone 406 740 ITIghland Arenae
HARTMAN BROS. 0.
Tor Fine Jewelry
Jewelers and Opticiabj
The Bicycle for Ereryone
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
S87 Court Street
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing;
Takes the place of
cloth at about one-
fejji MAXO. BUREN
"i" ' 179 N. Commercial St.
167 North Commercial St.
It the Electric Sign "SHOES"
DENNISON ELECTRIC CO.
JOB WOBK AXD FIXTURES
. 2a Korth Liberty Street
Geanlng and Pressing
474 Court 'street 4
incident! last night; in turning In
a false alarm ia but an example of
the resujlt of what might happen
to anyonje thoughtleeslf calling up
this department. In the place of
calling for 149, which is the
plione number of thejtire depart
ment!, the fire alarm call. 37.
givert on the covf r page of the
directory was given, which is for
fire alarms only, ' - 1
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on aDDlleation
While driving in the thick fog
near Aumsville on the Turner
road Monday night, two automo
biles collided. One with C. S.
Browne, at the wheel, turned com
pletely over. The occupants were
considerably shaken up. but no
che was seriously in Ture-d Tha
her car; driven by U. J. Fisher.
v1as not badly damaged.
a scnooi girl to ass st with
puseworK tor board and room.
Mrs. Frank Meyers, 593 South
Motorcycle 1 amut;Hl
jv. W. Ransom, while driving
a truck at the Intersection of Cau
itol street and Garden road, and
In attempting to make a turn.
tailed to give the signal, accord
ing to a report last night, and as
a result Rex Howard, in the em
ploy of the Postal Telegraph com
pany, riding a motorcycle, ran
A .11 A . . .
juiu me irucK. 111s macnine was
Season Lyceum Tickets
At Geo. C. Will's.!!
Room -329 Oregon building
Buttons, campaign pictures and
literature. Write or call.
Miller Is Fined
Alleged breaking the traffic re
gulations of the city by cutting
corners at the intersection of
State and Liberty streets Monday
night, wag rfhe cause for the ar
rest of Harry Miller of Salem. A
WEES XX SALEM, OEE009
A Horn Away from Horn
Btrirtly Modern fl.00 per day
100 Booms of Solid Contort
Only Hotel ia Buiin? District
Tires and Everything
Great Western Garage
Opposite Court House Rhone 44
One car of dry ash wood, $11 per
cord. Phone 520. .
TRACEY WOOD CO.
VALLEY RED SPECIAL
' ,." U At :
A. H. MOORE'S
Call on ns before you sell
Corner Ferry and High Streets
Phone 14 00
Talking' Machines and Records
Flayer Pianos and Flayer Sous
Place Your Order Early
fot Fall Planting
. Complete line yarletlet
Salem Nursery Company
Phone 1763 427 Oregon Bldg.
conducts sales anywhere In
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'l.
Better Goods for Leas
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
, For - : - - '
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
Stores, Carpels and loots
rnitl Hardware & Furniture Co.
286 N. Commercial St Phone 47
Store your Furs .ddririt summer
WEST FUR CO. I .
621 Court. Opposite Court House
CARL & BOWERSOX
3S3 Cotirt Street Phone 409
deposit of $25 was made to assure
his appearance to answer to, the
charge yesterday before Judge
Race, who Imposed a fine of 110.
Fresh Salmon 7 i Cents
Fitts Market, phone 211.
Case Under Aliwment
rite case of Arba Martin
Aumsville, arrested last week
a charge of wantonly killing
aog, occupied a greater oart
the day In the justice court yes-
ieraay. The case! had aroused
considerable interest and a largo
number of the citizens of Aums
ville were in attendance. Judge
Unruh took the case under ad
visement until Friday morning.
Will Yon Do Here?
Mien? Watch for further ani-
Will Meet Mother f '
Dr. C. IT. Moorle. eminent child
specialist of Portland, who is to
be present at the (October eugenic
clinic or the Marion County Chil-
men a umtaii xuursuay auernoon
rias sent word tht he desired es
pecially to rheet mothers with
sickly or under-normal children.
Complying with this request the
secretary of the bureau will reg
ister oniy cnudren or this-description
to fill the few remaining
places in the registrations. A
large clinic has jalready been reg
istered, but any! mother with chil
dren suffering from mal-nutrition.
mai-assimiiation cr similar ail
ment' may phone Mrs. Matthews
at 134S-M. -r : I-
Highland school, pet. 29, 8 p. m.
Sermons Arou-p Intt-ivsti
The short sermons preparatory
for the Forty Hours j Adoration at
the Catholic church' are exciting
considerable interest. The ser
vices consist of a hymn by the boy
choir, prayers, a short sermon
nd benediction. The subject for
Wednesday evening is "Sin and
Its Confession." and for Thurs
day evening. "Indulgences". Ser
vices commence promptly at 7:30
and everyone is cordially wel
come. Seat Reservations for Salem
Lyceum I course Friday, OcL
29, 8 a. m. at the armory. One
person can: not reserve more than
10 tickets. j
Flaying to Capacity
- Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hyde. Grand
theater. - j
Licensed To Marry
A marriage license was grant
ed yesterday to Margaret McCor-
Painting and Paperhanging
Grave & Son. First class work
Phone 382, Dallas, (I will pay
nt invitlAi ui
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton. Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 592 1484J
Weekly Recital Class
DOUGHNUTS 35c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
439 Court Street. Phone 954
A good place to eat
Short Orders all day
163 S. Com! Street
ZJD. Maddox, Prop.
Furniture , Store v
The Home ot the Victxola
You set more for your money at
It Pays to Trade at The
FARMERS CASH STORE
C Burton Durdall
117 North Commercial 917
W. T. RIGDON CO.
Leading Funeral Director!
All Kind i
JTRAFISFEr of Goods
Oar Urge fleet f tnAa mMh
to fi yB prompt seme.
track of ta. t U. eda for yar Job
Country and Long Distaaee
Xlanllag a Specialty.
W. Boy nl S!l .
W OOP AND OOA if
D. A. ULRKER, Maaagn.
JUiideoe. Pho 183S
What HaTe Yon?
We hay, sell and exchange
new and second-hand furni
ture, stores, ranges, rugs,
tools, etCj We will bny you
COIj. W. F. WRIGHT
271 N. Com'l St.. Salem. Or.
List your sales with ns
Night Phone 1047 Phone73t
mick of West Wood burn and Cy
rillus J. Crosby of Woodburn.
We Will Reserve All Tickets
Sent in to us after the lineup is
taken care of.
Highland school. Oct. 29, 8 p. m.
Sues To Quiet Title
Action was taken in the circuit
court yesterday by D. .A Larmer
to quiet title to a parcel of land
known as Boon's Island, which
lies between the city of Salem and
In i Dr. j Jeykll
and Mr. Hyde.
Odd Fellow Attention
Every OddFellow is invited to
attend the annuM home coming
of Chemeketa lodge. No. 1. I. O.
O. F. hall. 7:30 this, evening.
S. S.i Ruggles was I arrested
Monday night on a charge of
drunkeness and was held in the
city Jail until Tuesday! morning
when be was given a hearing be
fore Judge Earl Race, and a fine
of (25 imposed. . I
Direct Moll Order to Salem
Lyc'eum f3urs to L I lie II.
Springer, 372 State street.
The public service commission
yesterday Issued an order grant
ing to the state highway commis
sion authority to construct an
overhead crossing of wood con
struction oyer the tracks of the
Klamath Falls Municipal railway
company, near the town of Dairy
in Klamath county. Of the total
cost $500 -is to be borne by the
railroad company and of the re
mainder 40 per cent bythe high
way commission, 30 per cent by
Klamath county, and 30 per cent
by the railroad company. Cost
of maintenance must be paid by
the highway commission and by
Season Iyceum Ticket
At Myrtle Knowland s
Thurs., Fri. Sat., TlHgh theater.
Patterwon Funeral Thursday
The funeral, services of William
F. Patterson will be held at Fox
valley "Thursday morning at 10:30
o'clock. Interment will be . in
Fox Valley cemetery. The fune
ral procession will leave the Rig
don undertaking parlors. .Thurs
day morning at 8 o'clock.
New shipment just received
I at Shipley's
LET'S ALL GO !
Dance every Wednesday and
Halloween Masquarade Ball,
Good I Prizes
No Raise in Prices
$ Q .00 ?wn
Ad A WEEK
i Will Buy a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEAVARES
Vegetables and Fruits
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, hides
and junk of all kinds.
Capital Junk &
215 Center St Phone 398
yooR a rotten
6 AWE .YOU CUT
Joe as 0 BUTCHER,
tYErt ot That i'i i
34S !KTf-,lNT'0fA!- castook cam
Cabbage, 1 Me lbM Iellvcrcd
Ward K. IUchardson Phone 491
Mr. Are lUlcael
It was reported yesterday by
the Hammond Lumber company
of Mill Ciiy that some war cloth
and a pair of tan shoes had been
taken from the company's camp.
Suspicion led to the arrest ot L.
Johnson. Ted Steel and J. E. Mil-
lins at the Oregon Electric de
pot in this city by Chief Welsh
and Officer Urown. They were
held In the city Jail awaiting in
vestigation and later instructions
were received to effect their re
Republican Rally . j
At armory Friday night. Oct.
29, good speaker and good mnsic
PEACE ISSUE WILL
(Continued from Fage 1)
Despite heavy rain beating down
on their umbrellas while the gov.
ernor spoke from the covered
balcony of a billiard room, the
outdoor crowd yelled "go on, go
A rear platform speech was
made by the candidate at Balavia.
Ohio, where a crowd with a band
and red torchlights gathered.
Miss Minna L Harding Pre
sents "House of Rimmon"
A capacity house beard Miss
Minna L. Harding, head ot the
public speaking department of
Willamette university. In a mas
terful dramatization ot Henry Van
Dyke's powerful story. "The
Houpe;of Rimmon." in the. uni
versity chapel last night.
Miss Harding had the honor of
giving the firbt public appear
ance in the beautiful reconstruc
ted chapel In Waller hall. When
this auditorium is finally com
pleted it will be a work ot art.
and it was most fitting that the
first program given for tbe pub
lic should be an Interpretation of
one of the masterpieces of litera
ture, by a real artist ot tbe spo
Miss Harding. In the course of
the play, portrayed so many dif
ferent characters that tbe audi
ence was held spellbound by her
power of character delineation.
Her voice is ot exceedingly fine
texture and she was able to make
more than a score of varied char
acters stand out with a distinct
ness that made them appear as
living characters to her audience.
Her strength of character work
was keenly felt in her imperson
ation of Naanian. captain of the
armies of Damascus.
Miss Harding, in presenting
"The House of Rimmon. has
given to the people of Salem ahs
interpretation of one of tbe great
est works of Henry Van Dyke and
bas presented in a most com
mendable manner one of the moit
difficult pieces of literature to
interpret. In so doing Miss Hard
ing: has commended herwlf very
highly to the people of Salem as
an exceptional artist.
Th rou shout . the entire recital
the interest of the audience .was
held fatt by the intensity of th
story and tbe manner in which it
was presented. Miss Harding was
applauded many times by the
largest crowd that bas ever list
ened to an entertainment in the
The scene of the story, which
centers around Naaman. captain
of the armies of Damascus, his
adventures, as the result of being I
cursfd with leprosy br the House
LADD & BUSH BANKERS
General Banking Business
Office Honrs from 10 sv. m. to 3 p. m.
rtCeP IT VVOK5E
. of RImmon. his final cure of the
disease, and the ultimate saving
of iRuahmah. a captive maid of
Israel. Is laid in Damascus and
the mountains of Samaria. The
time was 50 D. C
E. E. MMNEY
Man Prominent in County
for Half Century Sue
ciimbs at Age of 72
E. E. McKiuney. a native pio
neer of Marlon county, died at
Willamette sanitarium In Salem
at 12 o'clock yesterday noon, aged
72 years. Thus ends the life ot
one ot the large figures of -Mar
lon county in the past half cen
tury. "Ed" McKlnney was born four
miles south of Salem on August
IS. 184 S. on what was then the
John Minto farm, afterwards the
John F. Miller farm, and now part
ot the land of the state Institution
for the feeble-minded.
His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
flam W. McKlnney had not yet
taken their donation claim, which
was one mile south of where the
town of Marlon now stands. They
had come across the plains from
Oak Grove. Mo., in 1S47.
Young "Ed" McKlnney attend
ed the public school in the neigh
borhood, then a private school at
Sublimity, taught by T. II. Craw
ford and W. W. Beach, and after
that was a student at Willamette
university, graduating In the clas-
3 MORK DAYS
Tbe Wonder Khowr
DR. JEYKIX aad
PERFECT pastry is a
joy forever. Ita a
that quite properly "tops
off" your midday or even
ing meal. And a. coffee
rinjc or some of our choice
1un.iand rolls might help
you to appreciate your
Philip Winters, Prop.
170 N. Commercial Street
slcal conr from that Ivrtltutlon
witH a bfftr class 5a U19.
He commenced' merchandUInf
at AumtTille soon after gradua
tion, aad from there moved to
Turner where he was a merchant
and warehouse man. After that
he was for a time engaged ia mer
chandising In Sublimity, and was
postmaster there. He always took
a Urge interest In public affair,
was a well rad man. and a leader
among his neighbors.
In 1S72 he was married to Mrs.
Virginia Condit. who survives
him. There were no children. He
had been In tailing health for
about a year.
The mother of the deceased
till survives, on the old farm,
four miles southeast of Turner.
Two brothers. J. V. and Mayro.
both ol the Turner neighborhood.
senrive him. aad there are six
living sisters: Mrs. M. E. Adams
of McMlnavllle; Ann K. McKIn
ney. Turner; Mary E. Bower. Co
colalla. Idaho; Frances O. Ball.
Turner; Alice N. Tracy. Turner,
and rMi. U. O. Longiworth. Port
land. The funeral will be held at
Turner on Friday at 2 p. m.. with
interment In Twin Oaks cemetery.
Turner and Starton lodges ot Odd
Fellows will Jointly have charge
Cold Tablets , Cough Balsam
These preparations, prepared in our dispensiniT
department, are. absolutely the best remedy we
know for coughs or colds of any kind. Quick re
lief at a reasonable cost. Several sues.
Schaefer's Drug Store
Sole Agents for Garden CourtFreparations
135 N. Commercial Street. Phone 197
CABBAGE for KRAUT
V2C per ponnd delhrered
Danish Ball Head, solid and well trimmed. Make kraut
at a cost of 15e per gallon.
Hubbard and Banana Squash, ponnd ?3
WARD K. RICHARDSON
2305 Front Street . Phone 494
The History of Your Eyes
We Always Preserve
for future reference a complete record of
your eye trouble; also the date, kind of
lenses and style of frame furnished. This
is only one of the many ways in which we
exercise care 'for the benefit of our pa
"APPEAL TO 'OTrnLL"
Let him adrise you whether ov not glsss
es would be of benefit.
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
and Bnsh Bank Lending
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
Which is very complete and carries the let makes of
Women's silk Hosiery in satisfactory weight and shades
of Black, Havana Brown, Taupe, Grey and White.
Phoenix Silk Hose
is now offered at the new market prices. We anticipated
the fall in silk Hosirry prices and hare waited to buy
our stock at th nevr reduced price.
Our entire stock of Hosiery hat been marked at tbe
last Lij? cut in price and i NOW back to the low level.
Always rrmemW that thU atore U awake to th5
market condition and for that rean realizing tbe
chanpea that are Imund to come, we adviv? you to buy
couM-rratively aud to PAY AS YOL f JO.
1. . Jtpleg 0.
of the 8rriees..Mr. VtTV
was a charter member ei
ner lodge. .
It may be only a hunch, but aH
of the amateur cabinet makers
are speculating eiciulvely on the
make up ot Senator Harding t of
ficial household. It may be a
straw showing bow the wind
l:. : j "
Creates an appetite, aid digestion,
purifies tba blood, aad thna relieve
crwfula,- catarrh, the palna and
aches of rheumatism and girt
strength te the whole system, f
Nearly IS yeaV phenomenal aa
Ufl the story of tb great merit and"
ucreas ef llood'a SaraaparlHa. It
la Just the soedlclae ym r-& now.
Hood's F2U help ae catbarUc
list do local hauling